With an impressive Renaissance Revival exterior, this Windsor Village home cuts a striking figure from the curb.
Inside, after a thorough remodel, it looks quite comfortable.
The house was built in 1923, when development was booming in the freshly subdivided neighborhood. It last sold in 2006 (for $850,000), and since then, it’s received a long list of updates enumerated in the listing. They include new plumbing, restoration of the windows, a kitchen overhaul, and repairs to the tiled roof.
But plenty of original features remain—like hardwood floors, arched entryways, crown moldings, and an elegant fireplace in the living room.
The house has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms spread across 2,538 square feet of living space. French windows keep the roomy living room and formal dining room light and airy. A sun room leads out to a covered back patio that looks out on the large backyard.
Sitting on a 10,478-square-foot lot, the residence can be purchased as a package deal with the house next door—a large Colonial built in 1919.
Asking price without the neighboring structure is $1.795 million.
- 736 S Windsor Boulevard [Michele Sanchez | Deasy/Penner]