This lot is on the Bonnie Brae side of the confluence of Bonnie Brae, Belcaro & Cory Merrill, at a busy intersection — but it manages to turn itself into a little oasis, nonetheless! With a pop of yellow shutter color on the facade, it’s set up on the hill and has great ranch curb appeal. The hefty exterior brick and stucco fence reaches out from both sides of the house and envelops the lot and to create a nice boundary between the local traffic and the home’s outside spaces. The pretty flagstone and tile patio out back truly is a refuge that begs for relaxing with a book or inviting groups over to entertain. Inside, this house has lovely kitchen and bathroom updates while maintaining its 1940 charm. The basement has a nice surprise for anyone who doesn’t have enough room for all their clothes — an entire room with built-in shelving of every kind will make any clothes horse green with envy.
This property is Listed by Rick Dire, RE/MAX Uptown