The 1921-era house at 813 Paris Street is the picture of charm. On the outside, it has Craftsman influences. On the inside, there's original wood trim that's been preserved or restored. The kitchen has what appears to be the original black-and-cream tile and scalloped cabinets. (The range is vintage too, but of the 1960s era.) A corner fireplace is curved with a little niche above the mantel.
Like many period homes that haven't been renovated, there are two bedrooms and one bathroom on the main level. The basement level has been finished, and has another unwarranted bedroom and bath.
Past the back door, the charm keeps coming. There's a little shed, painted yellow to match the house, that's been outfitted as an office.
Another notable feature: the price. Anytime you spot a $749,000 single family house that's not a fixer, it's something to remark on.
- 813 Paris Street [Redfin]