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Renovated Bywater single asks $649K

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Reclaimed wood walls and exposed brick paneling lend rustic charm to the home

Photos courtesy of Lane Lacoy of Latter & Blum Realty

This four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bedroom home was gutted and renovated in 2012. Exposed brick fireplaces, cypress doors, and reclaimed wood paneling give the Bywater single’s 1,978 square feet a rustic feel.

The front door opens directly into a shotgun-style configuration of two rooms that could be used as bedrooms or living areas.

Pass through them to enter the heart of the home: a sunny kitchen, den, study area, and master bedroom and bath arranged in an open floor plan. Here, you’ll find beamed ceilings, stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, and large windows overlooking a generous, fenced backyard.

Master bathroom highlights include a clawfoot tub, double sinks, and a separate shower.

A deep, covered porch overlooks the backyard.

Via: Lane Lacoy of Latter & Blum Realty


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