Come be surprised! Behind this unassuming facade is some WOW space. This 1925 stucco colonial on a quiet street, has a 2002 contemporary addition designed by Wiebenson and Dorman architects which more than doubled the living space. The dramatic addition has 10-12 foot ceilings and the whole back of the house is windows/glass allowing the light to come streaming in. With two large bedrooms on the main level this home offers lots of space for flexible living. There is room within the footprint to expand the current galley kitchen. Upstairs, just waiting for your updates, are 2BR/2BA and an open area that is perfect for an office. The surprise spaces continue in the lower level with another living area and two more bedrooms and two full baths as well as a mud room and lots of unfinished storage space. A deck off the main living area has stairs down to the yard. There are opportunities here to reconfigure/update/renovate this house to make it your own. At the end of the block is the Hearst Recreation center with includes a pool, tennis and pickleball courts. The Hearst Elementary School is right there as well with plenty of running around space. It is located in the Cleveland Park Historic District and close b all that Cleveland Park has to offer for dining, shopping and nature.
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