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Jefferson Park Craftsman asking $915K is radiant after a remodel

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The 1,550-square-foot has a wraparound porch

The 1911 home was thoroughly remodeled.
Photos by Morgan Ayres

This beautiful blue Craftsman in Jefferson Park was built in 1911, but it has been thoroughly remodeled over the past year. Inside, it’s bright, spiffy, and very white; it’s hardly even recognizable compared to when we last saw it on the market in the spring of 2016.

The 1,550-square-foot house features a bounty of built-ins, wainscoting aplenty, abundant moldings, a new but charming tiled gas fireplace mantle, and an-on trend kitchen with quartz countertops, a farmhouse sink, and high-end appliances.

It comes in at three bedrooms and two bathrooms, both of which are outfitted with hexagon tile floors and cast iron clawfoot tubs.

The house also boasts a wraparound front porch, and out back there’s a new wood deck, a grass lawn, and a raised planter.

The flip was helmed by a real estate development company named Barrington REI, LLC. Last sold for $502,500, the property is now listed for almost double: $915,000.