The garden is one of the house’s best features. This secondary bedroom includes access to the back deck.
The record states the home’s last major remodel was in 1965. But looking at the price history in the past 10 to 15 years–and, obviously, the interior’s condition–it seems there must have been some developments on the way.
The galley kitchen opens to the back deck. The elongated living room.
The master bedroom features a private balcony.
With three bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in 1,464 square feet, this contemporary invention on Wylie Street in Reynoldstown has received any upgrades since the original construction was constructed from the 1930s.
The Irregular property is near the Beltline’s Eastside Route The master bathroom.
The back deck is ready for outdoor entertaining. Recorded by Paramount Brokers for $489,000, the land seems to be priced in accordance with similar houses. However, the key is landing a good offer from somebody who can overlook–or adopt –the exceptional exterior appearance.
On the next floor, the master bedroom includes a private balcony which overlooks the fenced-in backyard. Wonderful touch.
The neat and clean backyard.
Although it has no carport or garage, the house will not come with off-street parking. But, that might not be necessary for potential buyers who favor other modes of transport.
Right now, the house features an open floorplan with a living room, dining room, and galley kitchen on the first floor. As shown in the record photos, though, that dining area is rather the distance in the kitchen.
In reality, among the house’s best features is the garden. It features a huge deck, accessed through the kitchen and a few of the additional bedrooms, which leads down to the broad, tidy expanse of grass.
The dining room is in the front of the house.