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Gleaming 106-year-old Mt. Washington Craftsman seeks $989K

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Right by the Southwest Museum

The house is right across the street from the Southwest Museum Gold Line station.
Courtesy of Tracy Do/Compass

A short walk from the Gold Line’s Southwest Museum station, this 1911 Craftsman house sits perched on a slope, looking out over the hills of Debs Park.

Thoroughly updated, the residence’s interiors are gleaming, especially in the living room, where some of the house’s best attributes—beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, casement windows, and wainscoting—are on display.

The nearly 2,500-square-foot house holds three bright bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a finished attic, which is well lit by a skylight and windows on both ends of the space.

Though the house leans against a slight hillside, there are sizable, flat outdoor spaces to accommodate a dinner party or to offer kids some space to run around.

Last sold in 2015 for $825,000, this Craftsman is now listed for $989,000.