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Cute Bryant Craftsman listed for $949K

All the 1924 details in a bright, tidy package

Spencer Redford, Rendering Space/Courtesy of Windermere

It’s hard to find a balance between well-maintained and well-preserved—but this four-bedroom Craftsman in the Ravenna-adjacent Bryant neighborhood excels on both counts. Nothing’s been ripped out on the whim of the latest interior trend. Rather, it’s kept and built on what made it charming when it was built in 1924.

This means a spacious lower level, complete with a cozy living room gathered around a fireplace surrounded by built-ins. A kitchen gets its own room and plenty of space, and a formal dining area, tucked between it and the living room is worthy of whatever you create there. It’s not open, but it’s not cramped, either—open archways connect the spaces for both roominess and cohesion.

Upstairs, a finished attic holds a bedroom with built-ins and a bright bathroom with a clawfoot tub with the snug ceiling shapes characteristic of a Craftsman’s upper level. Downstairs, the basement has a sizeable family room, an additional bedroom with a massive walk-in closet, and not just laundry machines, but a laundry room.

It’s offered at $949,000 through Windermere.

Classic, leaded-glass cabinets bookend the fireplace in the living area.
In the kitchen, a bright color scheme makes the woodwork pop.
A main-floor bedroom connects to a large balcony overlooking the backyard.
The large front and backyards have plenty of garden and recreation space, surrounded by a handsome wood fence.
Built-in shelving saves space—and helps keep the shape—of the upstairs bedroom.
A top-floor bathroom is built for relaxing, luxurious baths—and in addition to the clawfoot tub, it has its own collection of built-ins.