Be still our 1920s–loving hearts—this Ingleside dwelling has all the arched windows and doorways, parquet flooring, and brightly tiled bathrooms that make them go pitter-patter.
After all, ultra sleek remodeled houses start to all look the same...boring!
On Entrada Court in Ingleside Terraces—the neighborhood was developed in the 1910s by dashing architect Joseph Leonard of the Urban Realty Improvement Company—this 1927 Spanish Revival exudes character.
A brick path leads to a tiered staircase and up to an arched wood front door, classic for the period, where the street number is presented in original tile painted with a rose motif. Inside, all the '20s period details remain.
The living room is sunny thanks to large arched windows and high vaulted ceilings; a tiled wood-burning fireplace here keeps things warm. The adjacent formal dining room also has a trio of arched windows and graceful curving doorways for an elegant, feminine feel, while a casual breakfast nook off the retro tiled kitchen has as much built-in storage as it does natural light (read: a lot!).
There is an extra den as well as four bedrooms including two full masters each with balcony access, and three bathrooms. A sun room and library provide quiet space for reading and kicking back.
A one-car garage with an attached studio completes the indoor living space. Outside, there's a fenced backyard perfect for pups and entertaining.
Location: 88 Entrada Ct. (Ingleside Terraces)
Size: 2,413 sq. ft.
Asking price: $2,250,000
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