Gutted and renovated in 2015, this 1,567-square-foot double shotgun sits on a corner lot at 635 Tricou Street. Formerly a traditional double shotgun—which usually has a separate residence on each side—this home now has a significantly larger single family residence at its rear, and a modest apartment at its front.
The main home, accessible from the rear patio, has an open-floor layout. We’re a fan of its 11-foot ceilings, crown molding, hardwood floors, and wood beams. Its living room has a striking reclaimed wood wall and vaulted ceilings. In its eat-in kitchen you’ll find stainless steel appliances, subway tile, and plenty of cabinets.
The main home has a bedroom with a large closet. It also has one bathroom with a clawfoot tub.
The rear of this home has an attached apartment with a separate entrance. It has one bedroom, one bathroom, and a living room.
The owner’s unit faces this home’s private patio.
At the very rear of this property is a detached 700-square-foot garage that is used as an art studio.
- 635 Tricou Street [Keller Williams]