A property like this rarely becomes available. This is probably one of only ten truly individually significant historic buildings in the Garfield historic district. Built in 1913, an original, nearly 2100 sq ft, two story brick bungalow with formal living, formal dining, large kitchen with original cabinetry and a huge pantry and laundry room. Great sized bedrooms downstairs, four bedrooms, bath, and foyer landing upstairs. Terrific windows throughout and solid wood floors in much of the house.
A few years ago, the possibility of buying a home in the Roosevelt Historic District in the low 300’s was totally unimaginable. Fast forward to today’s real estate market and experience the new market reality. This Bungalow, built in 1912 and just steps from the light rail station at Central & McDowell is on the market for $329,000. Due to the recently increased FHA loan limits, this home would qualify for FHA financing with as little as 3.5% down.