What’s not to like about the University District? It’s filled with historic homes and is right next to a dense commercial district undergoing streetscaping upgrades.
If you’re a fan like we are, check out this sumptuous Tudor Revival that just hit the market for $369,000.
The 3,600-square-foot home has a stone and brick facade on the lower level and half-timbering on the second. We also like the yellow-painted and herringbone brick panels on the upper floors.
Inside the five-bedroom home, you’ll find countless charming touches that showcase well-maintained original features as well as tasteful new ones. The floor-tiled vestibule leads right into the wood-paneled study, which has some impressive crown molding, a stucco ceiling, and built-in shelves. And like many rooms in the home—see the dining and living rooms—it’s got stained- and leaded-glass windows on the doors.
The kitchen has been updated and now has new countertops, backsplash, appliances, and cabinets. The bathrooms were similarly renovated with new tiles, fixtures, and sinks.
Also worth nothing, the roof was replaced in 2015, and a new hot water heater and furnace were added in 2016.
According to the listing, the seller is “motivated” and looking to relocate, so schedule a showing ASAP. There’s also an open house on Sunday, November 10 from 2-4 p.m.
18105 Parkside Street is listed with Jay Taylor of Keller Williams for $369,000.