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Reimagined Glen Park Spanish Colonial home asks $2.95M

Built in 1931

Dig that vibrant hue.
Photos courtesy of Vanguard Properties

Over in the highly prized Glen Park, a neighborhood in desperate need of denser housing solutions, a revamped Spanish Colonial home hits the market for $2.95 million.

Featuring four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and an ample 2,790 square feet, 273/275 Sussex comes with an indigo facade that sets this home apart from its more muted neighbors.

Once inside you’ll find a fully remodeled home spread out across four floors that includes a chef’s kitchen, three decks, a master bathroom with a tiled tub and wall, French doors, and a tiered garden. There’s even an au pair unit with kitchenette and bathroom.

Also of note, the one-car garage with electric charger, ideal for our city’s newfangled Tesla-driving populace.

It’s nice to see color being used here, as well as dark wood accents making a much-needed return. This home, built in 1931, proves that renovations don’t have to be antiseptic, boring affairs. In a word, lovely.

The listing is through Bernard Katzmann and Michael Shaw of Vanguard Properties.

The living room and kitchen open out onto a deck.
The living room comes with one of three fireplaces in the house.
Exposed beams highlight the master bedroom.
Decorative tile work in the bathroom.
The au pair unit.
A spiral staircase connects the outdoor decks.