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1908 Craftsman with plenty of yard in Jefferson Park asks $739K

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The three-bedroom bungalow has an inglenook and original hardwood floors but just one bathroom

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.