This Arts and Crafts bungalow sits on the river side of the Carrollton and Claiborne avenue intersection, near where Uptown tips into Mid-City—and as a result, it enjoys easy access to almost all parts of the city.
A deep screened entrance porch overlooks the shady front yard. The airy, sunlit interior similarly encourages interaction with the outdoors, in true Arts and Crafts fashion. The home’s rustic exposed brick, wooden floors, and open floor plan also are hallmarks of the style, which rose to prominence in the early 20th century.
Subway tiles, geometric light fixtures, and a glass enclosure shower are a few of the touches that modernize this three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home. The living, dining, laundry, and kitchen areas sit on the first floor, and three bedrooms and two bathrooms are nestled on the second floor. The master suite includes a double closet and marble-trimmed bathroom, and there’s a paved, Edison bulb-hung patio out back—a perfect counterpart to the screened front porch.
The 2,300-square-foot spot’s asking price is $542,000.
Via: Jennifer Cohn Nierman of Gardner Realtors Uptown