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Glorious Glassell Park Craftsman is a total oasis

This Glassell Park Craftsman dates all the way back to 1911, but the original wood moldings and period built-ins still look fantastic.
The three-bedroom house has French doors, an eye-catching fireplace in the living room, and a wrap-around porch. The bedrooms are well-lit and spacious, with one set up now as a sunny home office space.
The dining room features box beam ceilings and wonderful built-ins, plus a connection to the porch.
The front yard’s landscaping manages to give this house an artfully overgrown look with native plants, while the backyard offers open space for eating outdoors and lounging.
In the rear, there’s a two-car garage accessed by a driveway, plus solar panels and a basement.
Last sold in 2007 for $605,000, it’s now listed for $797,000.
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