Peek inside this 1940s Craftsman bungalow at an array of Arts-and-Crafts built-ins and wood details.
We love the idea of built-in architecture, which you’ll find here in this house. Built-in storage is practical, for starters, saving you a trip to IKEA, but built-ins are also a throw-back to a time (1890s-1940s) when mills could mass-produce components for homes that builders could mix-and-match with other slightly different houses. Home owners didn’t have to buy as much furniture, and mills got to keep producing. Win-win!
Additionally, Craftsman bungalows will often possess wood trim, wood paneling, a main wood staircase, and leaded glass. All of these are on display within the 2,496-square-foot interior, as well as a living room brick fireplace with wood stove insert.
Also throughout the house, cast-iron radiators and original brass fixtures…
Includes three bedrooms, complete with built-in drawers and armoires. Built-ins are inherently practical, but there’s a certain amount of whimsy to them, too, with double doors that tease the existence of Narnia…or, at the very least, a secret room.
All in all, this is a solid house that deserves some TLC, particularly vis-a-vis the shag carpeting situation. What’s under those floors? We can’t tell you, but for a listing price of around $38-per-square foot, it would be worth it to find out.
Located on a half-acre lot, perched on a hill with a view of surrounding Hancock village in Delaware County, NY. The shoreline of the East Branch Delaware River is situated a stone’s throw to the north of this property.
Are you considering giving this Craftsman bungalow the upgrade it deserves? Find out more about 55 Peas Eddy Road, Hancock from Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.
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