This Victorian cutie, known as the Hugo Griesenbeck House #2, was built in 1905. The home features amazing original millwork and architectural details. The hardwood flooring runs throughout and has just been refinished. It may appear small, but is spacious with high ceilings and an eclectic vibe. All the rooms are quite large. The entry is impressive and will make quite the statement once you have made this home your own. The recessed area near the staircase is a great spot for your virtual meetings or office and features a floor-to-ceiling built-in bookcase. The back sunroom/family room is sure to be your favorite spot in the house and offers views of the backyard. Although the landscaping took a hit during the snow storm, I am confident the orange and tangelo trees will bounce back. (I can personally vouch that the fruit is better than you will find at a farmer’s market)! The home is just down the street from so much fun! Walk to The Friendly Spot, Casa Frida’s, Liberty Bar, Tito’s…and King William Fair. Bike over to SouthTown for Sunday brunch. So many choices for places you can walk to from this priceless location. While parking onsite is rare for these vintage beauties, this home offers onsite parking for at least 2 cars with more room behind the side gate. 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths up plus 1 full bath down that works great for extra guests that might stay in the sunroom . Upstairs, the bedrooms are very large. There truly is not a designated main bedroom, so choose your favorite! Each one offers something special… whether it be access to a private balcony or ensuite bathroom. The larger-main bathroom features a vintage clawfoot tub and marble vanity. Home includes stainless refrigerator, washer and dryer. Owner’s have maintained service contracts for hvac systems and pest control/termites.