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Majestic Jefferson Park Craftsman asks $1.2 million

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The four-bedroom home has wood floors and lovely built-ins

Craftsman with drought-tolerant front lawn
The large four-bedroom home is just over a century old.
Photos courtesy Imraan Ali, Compass

Built in 1913, this handsome Craftsman in Jefferson Park has been carefully updated in recent years but retains some wonderful vintage features.

Those include hardwood floors, dark wood moldings, original casement windows, and a host of built-ins. The living room is framed around a tile fireplace and sits alongside an elegant stairway and an adjoining reading room with built-in bookshelves. A formal dining room boasts wood paneling and a large buffet with overhead cabinetry.

The 2,500-square-foot home has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms—including one adorned with classic black black and seafoam tile. The renovated kitchen sits alongside a breakfast nook, a pantry or office space, and a sitting area. There’s also a basement with some extra storage space.

Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and a walk-in closet, while another bedroom opens out to a private balcony.

The house sits on a 7,253-square-foot lot. It’s got a covered front porch and a pergola-shaded back deck. It leads down to a grassy backyard and a detached garage.

Asking price for the home, located at 2405 Fifth Avenue, is $1.2 million.

Living room with wood floors, bannister in the foreground
The living room has crown moldings and a tile fireplace.
Formal dining room with long table and forest-themed wallpaper
The dining room includes a large built-in buffet.
Kitchen with farmhouse sink, stainless steel dishwasher
The sunny kitchen has new counters and appliances.
Tile bathroom with vintage-style bathtub and toilet.
The home has a renovated tile bathroom.
Wooden deck with fire pit and patio furniture
Vines hang from a back deck pergola.