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Downright darling Craftsman in Richmond seeks $825K

So adorable it will probably sell over asking

Light blue home with trees, large porch, white doors.
Classic home with expansive porch.
Photos by of Christian Klugmann Photography, courtesy of Red Oak Realty

For anyone yearning to pack up and pull out of San Francisco, with its blistering rents and inaccessible home prices, take a look at this Craftsman in the city of Richmond. It’s asking only $825,000.

Built in 1917, 6124 Columbia Avenue features four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,781 square feet. It comes with such period details as hardwood flooring, original woodwork in the living room, parlor doors, and wooden staircase and banister.

Newer elements include updated kitchen and bathrooms. Most notably, the attic space has been transformed in a master bedroom with soaring ceilings, exposed beams, and two walk-in closets.

Perhaps its biggest selling points are what’s on the outside: a sky blue facade and a spacious porch. The backyard has been professionally landscaped and now features a fire pit, deck, a shed, and a garden.

It is, in a word, darling.

The entire place screams charm and will—most likely—nab way over its six-figure asking price. The listing is through Joan Underwood of Red Oak Realty.

Dig that wooden staircase and banister.
A room with white walls, wood flooring, wooden square coffee table, chair, and ceiling fan.
A lovely living room leads to a separate dining area.
A white fireplace lit up with fire, ceiling fan, and couch inside a room with white walls.
Original stone fireplace painted white.
Exposed beams, soaring ceilings, and white walls highlight this room.
The reimagined master bedroom, which takes up the entire second floor, was once an attic.
A deck and garden area out back.
The porch.