Built-to-last in the mid-50s, this treasure sat-bursting with potential-high atop the Avenues (16th, to be exact). The bones were solid, to be sure. All it needed was a little love and elbow grease. Thank the architectural gods: a few good folks saw her potential. So they snapped her up, and quickly went to work. There's a certain retro charm, but make no mistake-the updates are plentiful (including roof, electrical, plumbing, furnace, carpet, and paint). Also on the newer side: the water heater, many of the windows, and the A/C. Among our favorite spots to sit? The kitchen, which is clean and modern and anything but cold. The induction range, Bosch convection over, custom cabinetry, and European-style fridge will see you entertaining in style (while the integrated lighting and music control system will keep the mood on point). And we're seriously crushing on those handmade Zellige tiles from Morocco. French doors seamlessly connect the indoors to out, and you can trust that the exterior here has seen the same TLC as everything else. The landscaping and sprinkler system have all been redone, and the pool's been revamped for saltwater. This is "home" in all the best ways... Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.
Listing courtesy of cityhome COLLECTIVE.