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Newly updated—and newly blue—Jefferson Park Craftsman asks $799K

Features include hardwood floors and built-in shelving

Blue house seen from front lawn Photos courtesy Marisa Tranquilli

This little blue Craftsman in Jefferson Park was built in 1909 and, per the listing, has the original hardwood floors to prove it.

The three-bedroom residence opens to a living room with a central fireplace that opens into a formal dining room with built-in seating. The newly remodeled kitchen is complemented by a small breakfast nook with leaded glass windows.

View of living room and dining room

The thoroughly updated home has 2,159 square feet of floor area and two full-sized bathrooms. The third bedroom opens into a flex room outdoor access via a sliding door, while a second office/studio space is affixed to the detached garage.

Office/den with hardwood floors
Kitchen with gray color scheme

Located on a 6,248-square-foot lot, the house is fronted by a grassy lawn. A good-sized patch of concrete in the back could be transformed into a patio if vehicular access to the garage isn’t a concern for new owners.

Master bedroom with glass-paneled door
Smaller bedroom
Back of the house

The home hasn’t been off the market for very long. It last sold at the end of March for $629,000. The current owners have evidently made fast work preparing it for another sale (and giving it a fresh blue paint job). It’s now asking $799,000.