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Two-story 1910 Craftsman in Arlington Heights seeks $1.15M

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Photos by Jo David.
Courtesy of Jennifer Eckert/Nourmand & Associates

There’s nothing old-fashioned about this Arlington Heights classic. The two-story Craftsman has beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, an imposing stone fireplace, wonderful wainscoting, and divine built-ins, but it also sports a renovated kitchen with fancy Carrara marble and a stainless steel appliances.

Large windows throughout (and a hearty dose of white paint) help keep the house bright.

Upstairs, three bedrooms and two full bathrooms await. (There’s another half bath downstairs.) One bedroom connects to a covered patio that overlooks the rear yard. The master bedroom has a serene en-suite bathroom with a clawfoot bath tub, dual sinks, and a marble vanity.

The nearly 2,000-square-foot house last sold in May for $775,500. It’s now listed for $1.149 million.