Jefferson Park’s fantastic Craftsman homes have been popping up on the market more and more in recent years. This one, built in 1908, is a nice mix of old and new inside. The original hardwood floors remain, as does the house’s old inglenook (those built-in booths on either side of the non-functional stone fireplace).
The restored three-bedroom bungalow has just one bathroom, which the listing describes it as "large." It has been redone with marble hex tiles and a custom sink.
The kitchen, which is also spacious and has a marble-topped center island, holds older (though not period correct) appliances like a "vintage-style" refrigerator and a legitimately vintage stove.
The nearly 1,600-square-foot house sits just a few blocks south of West Adams Boulevard, off Western XX, on a lot with an ample backyard containing planter beds, fruit trees, and a detached garage.
The house is asking $739,000.