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1912 Jefferson Park Craftsman is gussied up for $799K

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Stained glass, box beam ceilings, and a welcoming front porch

Courtesy of Letty Vermeulen

In Jefferson Park’s historic preservation overlay zone, you’ll find this cute Craftsman fronted by a grass lawn and front porch. Built in 1912, it’s newly remodeled but still features an abundance of old charm, from hardwood floors to stained glass windows to box beam ceilings ceilings to wainscoting.

Measuring 1,705-square-feet, it comes in at three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The updates are most noticeable in the bathrooms and kitchen, which is outfitted with subway tiles, a farmhouse sink, and butcher block countertops.

There’s also an ample detached back unit. Permitted as a rec room, per the listing, it holds two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a full kitchen.

Last sold in December 2015 for $665,006, property records show, it’s now on the market for $799,000.