What will $395,000 get you on the edge of Old Town? – Part 2

July 22, 2017
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Not a great first impression from the exterior on this home, but the interior really charmed me as I walked through this home. There is a unique feel to this home, like you aren’t going to find another one quite like it. There are nice wood floors on the main living level which give it a warm feel. The eclectic decorations and colors on the walls actually kinda work in this space. The kitchen is small, but seems like it could be easily workable. As my grandmother-in-law says, ‘It is a one rump kitchen’. 

There is plenty of living space on the main level, with a full bath and office/guest room. Upstairs has the second 2 bedrooms and the remaining bathroom, which is really quite nicely remodeled. There is some nice natural light that comes in from the unique lines of the house at the stairwell which gives a nice indoor-outdoor feel. 
The backyard is well manicured and has a separate garage/shop, storage (lots of bikes easily fit in here) and a dedicated garden area. It is not the largest lot, but definitely has plenty of outdoor space to entertain and has easy access to the main living area through a sliding door. The home has solar from Solar City as well and you can tell that the current owners love the outdoors and this is echoed throughout the feel of the home. 
Again, $395,000 feels a bit high to me in this neighborhood, especially for the SQFT. I can see this one attracting some buyers that appreciate the feel and outdoor amenities, but I think it is better value at $370-$380K. 

This property is Listed by Navigate Residential, LLC – Angela Trybe