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Hubbard Farms home with original Arts and Crafts features asks $309K

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This gem from 1913 just needs a little updating

Brick home with cross-hatch coloring on its brick exterior. There’s an arched awning and columns around the front entrance. Photos by Chris Gerard

Another great home in Hubbard Farms has just hit the market. The 1,978-square-foot Colonial Revival on Vinewood Street is listed through O’Connor Real Estate for $309,900.

Built in 1913, the four-bedroom home has a number of original features in the Arts and Crafts style. The brick exterior has a neat cross-hatch design along the side and chimney, and the front entrance has an impressive arched awning and columns.

In the living room, there’s a coffered ceiling and stone fireplace with a wood mantel. You can find built-ins in the butler pantry. Many of the windows are either leaded or stained glass. And there’s wood everywhere: the staircase, window frames, door entryways, floors, and more.

Most of these original features—including the brass light fixtures and hardware—are in great shape. But some things will need to updated and renovated, like most of the kitchen, sun porch, and attic. A buyer might also want to invest in refinishing the floors in a few rooms.

The home has a large (but mostly untended) yard with the potential for some great landscaping and a garden. It also comes with a detached two-car garage which, according to the realtor, used to be a neighborhood car wash.

A living room with bay windows, a stone fireplace, hardwood floors, and coffered ceilings.
A dining room with no furniture and a wood coffered ceiling painted black.
Butler’s pantry with built in cabinets. The hardwood floors are a little faded.
On the landing of the wood staircase, there’s bay windows with leaded glass.
A bedroom with a twin-sized bed that leads to the sun porch.
Bathroom has a standard tub and built-in cabinet space.