Taking a break from Eichlers, let’s take a look at another variety of house in Palo Alto—specifically, this Colonial Revival/Craftsman built by Gustav Laumeister in 1903. Standout features include a shingled facade with red accents and its downright charming gambrel roof.
Coming in at four beds, two baths, and 1,840 square feet, 1111 Emerson boasts hardwood floors, wood paneling, door and window casings, wood-burning fireplace, and more.
It could use a gentle makeover, especially in the kitchen and bathroom. In all, a gorgeous home with a refreshingly uncommon facade, at least for Palo Alto.
Asking is $2,980,000.