Venturing to what the listing agent calls "the best street in Glenwood Park," we find a fairly huge Craftsman with a sort of "hip traditional" aesthetic going on. Built in 2005, this is one beefy, sturdy-looking five-bedroom abode, with a multitude of dining areas and a porch large enough for a legitimate swing (like a tree swing). The $650,000 asking price might fall beyond the reach of some homebuyers in the area, but that includes nearly 3,600 square feet and a carriage house around back. The finished basement screams for a Super Bowl blowout, and it spills into a tucked-away, covered patio. Lawn lovers might be disheartened to find the backyard is almost nonexistent. But the unique, stained-glass flourishes elsewhere in the home could cheer them up. Another minor ding: Glenwood Park's restaurants and shops can't lift the Walk Score here above a "somewhat walkable" 67.
· 507 Hamilton St. SE [Estately]