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Remodeled Craftsman aims for $350K in Peoplestown

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Sitting by Stanton Park, this house features plenty of living space, inside and out

A pretty house with a large front yard.
Sitting pretty by the park
Knight & Drews 

Originally built in 2005, this Peoplestown Craftsman is seemingly brand new after a complete remodel that included both the interior and the exterior.

Beyond new paint, the interior includes new crown molding, hardwood floors, updated light fixtures, double-pane windows, and two new HVAC units.

As common in remodels, the kitchen received most of the attention, with white cabinets, granite countertops, a subway tile backsplash, and stainless steel appliances.

At first glance, it’s hard to believe this house contains five bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,055 square feet, but it does.

Some of those bedrooms have views into the fenced-in backyard, while others look out over the adjacent Stanton Park.

In addition to its location by the park, the house is just steps from the Beltline’s future Southside Trail, too.

Having the park next door obviously provides extra room to get outdoors and explore, but it’s unclear how busy this park can get and if potential crowds equate to noisy neighbors.

On the other hand, with the park in place, buyers shouldn’t have to worry about their gorgeous views giving way to future developments.

Plus, with so many recent upgrades and improvements made during the remodel, the asking price of $349,900 could prove to be a worthy investment in a home that hopefully won’t need major repair for the foreseeable future.