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1918 Larchmont Craftsman with sun room, tiled fireplace asks $1.7M

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The hardwood floors are new, but the many built-ins are original

Living room with fireplace
The living room features beamed ceilings and an impressive tile fireplace and inglenook (that built-in bench next to the hearth).
Photos courtesy Anne Loveland, Loveland Carr Properties

This very fetching Larchmont bungalow (not to be confused with this Larchmont Bungalow) was built in 1918 and features some exquisite original details, including stained and leaded glass, built-in shelving, beamed ceilings, and an enormous tile fireplace that serves as a nice centerpiece for the elegant living room.

The 2,150-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms that boast vintage tilework and a pair of clawfoot tubs. There’s also a pleasant sun room and an office that leads directly to the backyard.

The spacious kitchen includes plenty of counter space, along with a breakfast area. There’s also a formal dining room with coffered ceilings and a built-in buffet.

Front of home seen from sidewalk
Dining room with built-ins
Sun room

Sitting on a 6,800-square-foot lot, the house has a large front porch and grassy front lawn. In back is an outdoor patio and small yard, as well as a detached garage that doesn’t look like it’s storing any vehicles these days (a pair of large planter boxes are parked in front of the door).

Master bedroom
Bathroom with vintage tile
Back of house with yard and patio

The home was last purchased in 2013 for just over $1.2 million. Per the listing, recent upgrades include new electric wiring, plumbing, and hardwood floors. Asking price is $1.665 million.