There’s nothing like a sunny morning and a feast of gardens in full spring bloom to make you forget we’ve had record rainfall last month (grrrr!).
This lovely 1928 Craftsman Bungalow, in Concordia, came on the market just days ago and is sure to turn a few heads. It sits on the east side of Alberta park just minutes from New Seasons, the NE 30th restaurant row and all the fun on Alberta.
Walking through the front door you’re welcomed by period charm from natural woodwork, built-in book cases surrounding the fireplace and matching corner cabinets in the dining room. The kitchen update is sharp and subtle, balancing refreshed older cabinetry, with a new counter top and stainless steel appliances (including a Wolf range). There’s space at the end of the room for an eating nook overlooking the lovely backyard. Across from the kitchen is an updated full bathroom and third bedroom. Upstairs there’s a master bedroom and second bedroom, both decent sizes, and another updated bathroom. Downstairs, a family room and utility room make up the finished basement.
The back yard has truly been a labor of love. The parking pad has been replaced with a curvy flagstone patio and the rest of the yard splits a well-tendered lawn and a fairly low-maintenance flower bed. With just enough shade to protect you on those hot summer days but not too much that it leaves the space gloomy, you’d be hard-pushed not to want to relax back here as often as the daylight hours would allow.
Priced at $349,900.
Sold for $349,000
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