Some houses just have a certain magic, and this larger-than-average home full of vintage charm, good vibes and just the right amount of quirk is certainly one of them. The lovely original door opens to the first of many treasures within: the vestibule with rich wood wainscoting, contrasting white hex tile floors, original ceiling medallion and 14 carat gold-plated chandelier. The main floor has a traditional floorplan, with original hardwood floors lying in wait beneath the carpet for their big reveal. The large living room at the front is spacious enough for two seating areas, with the first centered around a brick-front fireplace, and leads to the formal dining room with a sweet corner china cabinet. The large, super-sunny kitchen at the rear, with plenty of solid wood cabinets, counterspace and white appliances, is totally useable, but the spacious layout allows for lots of possible configurations for a dream kitchen. There's an expansive garden out back with plenty of room to exercise your green thumb with some mature plants, including a Japanese maple, to get you started. Head upstairs to three large bedrooms where the original hardwood floors are showcased and lovely natural light shines through large windows in each. They share a roomy, retro-cool hall bath with fun yellow and white ceramic tile tub surround, tan-hued lantern tile floors and a fun swirled seashell sink. The basement offers high ceilings just like the rest of the home, so there is potential to finish it, or leave as is for ample storage space and laundry. Experience community events throughout the El Centro De Oro Business and Cultural arts district; the beautiful Lillian Marrero Branch library is across the street, while the Village of Arts and Humanities, Centro Musical and many delicious dining options are all within blocks.
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