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Slick Jefferson Park flip asks $679K

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The 1913 Craftsman is looking good as new

It’s been a busy last few years for this Jefferson Park Craftsman. It sold for just $194,500 in 2010, looking a bit disheveled but certainly full of potential. Then, it appeared back on the market just a year later, but failed to sell until this past July—by which time it was sporting a new paint job and a drought-friendly lawn. Now, just a few months later, it’s returned to the market looking nearly brand new.

Constructed in 1913, the three-bedroom, two bath home opens into an airy living/dining area that flows into the newly updated kitchen. Double doors lead to a back deck and spacious back yard.

Meanwhile, the master bedroom opens to a private deck and features a very nice vaulted, beamed ceiling complete with skylights. The master bathroom is also equipped with a skylight, as well as a glass doored shower and what the listing describes as a “luxurious egg shaped tub.”

Hardwood floors run throughout the home and recent upgrades include new electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and the type of horizontal fencing that seems to have become an unofficial requirement of flip jobs citywide. There’s also an electronic gate behind the house that opens to a concrete parking area with room for four vehicles.

Asking price for the freshly redone 1,313-square-foot home is $679,000.