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Highland Park mini Craftsman asks $625K

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That’s more than twice what it sold for in 2012

View of front porch
The house features a stone front porch and stone fireplace.
Photos courtesy Griff Lares, Keller Williams Realty

Here’s a cozy little Craftsman in Highland Park built in 1912 and updated over the years. It home certainly offers curb appeal, with a neatly trimmed lawn and a stone walkway leading to a large front porch.

The home contains two bedrooms and one full bathroom, with just 816 square feet of living space, though that may not include an upstairs den, which is equipped with a second bathroom. Per the listing, this space was added by a previous owner—presumably without permits. It may not be strictly legal, but it does offer some nice possibilities for future owners.

Living room with stone fireplace
Living room windows

Interior features of the residence include a stone fireplace, built-in shelving, and wide windows that look to be original.

Stairs leading to den

The house sits on a 6,014-square-foot lot with a large backyard and a storage shed. It last sold in 2012 for just $285,000. As a sign of how hot the neighborhood has become, it’s now asking $625,000.