Rustic Spanish-style in Mount Washington asks $798K

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This three-bedroom home in Mount Washington has a nice woodsy feel helped along by the rustic interior-design style the house is currently sporting.

Built in 1928, the 1,351-square-foot residence has clearly received a fair number of updates over the years, but retains many distinctively Spanish Colonial features. These include beamed ceilings, wrought-iron light fixtures, arched entryways and built-in shelving, an ornamental living room fireplace, and tiled bathroom.

Featuring hardwood floors throughout, the home also includes a recently renovated kitchen, an elegant (bright red) front door, and numerous outdoor access points.

View of the exterior of the home
Dining room table with wide windows in backgroundDining room table with wide windows in background
Kitchen with new countertops and appliancesKitchen with new countertops and appliances

That last detail makes it easy to enjoy the surrounding yard and terraced gardens featuring a diverse array of flora. The 5,638-square-foot lot also includes several outdoor seating areas.

If you like what you see, you’ll need to act quickly. Though the home has been on the market less than a week, listing agent Matty Hurtado tells Curbed she’s already received multiple offers. Asking price is $798,000 (the home last sold in 2013 for $707,000 and appears to have received a few updates since then).

Living room with view into the bathroomLiving room with view into the bathroom
Bedroom with door leading outsideBedroom with door leading outside
Red door opening into entrywayRed door opening into entryway
Steps leading to outdoor seating areaSteps leading to outdoor seating area
Backyard garden areaBackyard garden area

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