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Mt. Washington pad with a treehouse feel asks $575K

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Skylights, hardwood floors, and lots of space for lounging outdoors

Courtesy of Rosemary Clubb/Salt Air Real Estate

This totally renovated house is located up the street from the Southwest Museum and the Gold Line station of the same name.

It includes a few skylights, which help bring natural light into the space. Hardwood floors run throughout the residence, from the updated kitchen to the house’s two bedrooms.

The 770-square-foot living space includes an updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone counters, and a deep farmhouse sink.

The master bedroom has built-in drawers and storage space, as well as a built-in headboard. The lone bathroom in the house is tiled with dark, earthy tiles and has a glass shower enclosure.

Outside, the property offers a handful of patio spaces, one of which is currently set up for lounging and barbecuing.

The property also has a composting toilet with a gravity-fed water tank, listing agent Rosemary Clubb says. The eco-friendly loo is in a detached hut next to a space described in the listing as a potential office or guest room.

The house last sold in 2012 for $355,000. It’s now listed for $575,000.