#Dutch Colonial

Life Update: Our House

It has taken forever to craft this post but I am so excited to finally share a house update with all of you. I won’t say getting to this point has been an easy feat. For those who have followed along for years, you may remember our interesting story. We sold our new construction home for an older bungalow we had intended to tear down … only to find out the house was in a flood zone. With an option to move in or become homeless, we moved in, speedily fixed things up and listed the house to sell within 6 months. You can find a little living room tour here!
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60 Irving Street

Warm, inviting, Dutch Colonial in Davis Sq. w/period woodwork, A/C, fenced yard, driveway. Covered front porch leads to foyer w/closet. A french door opens into the LR, w/coat closet, wood fp, wainscoting, beamed ceiling. DR features china cabinet, wainscoting, chandelier, and French doors into a sunroom w/built-in display cabinet. Beyond the DR is a custom pantry across from half bath. The well-appointed kitchen features cherry cabinetry and island, stone counters, ss appliances, and large picture window overlooking the yard, deck, and playhouse/shed. Original telephone bench at the base of the stairs going to the 2nd fl w/3 bedrooms, office, full bath, and original linen closet. Finished, heated top fl for playspace or storage. The bsmt has a finished office and full bath as well as an open main room, laundry/utility room, storage room, and exterior access. Irrigation system and solar panels included. Very near Davis Sq. T; walkable to shops, schools, Porter Sq., and 2 new GLX stops.
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This "haunted" house by Freddy Krueger sold for $ 3 million

(CNN) - The Los Angeles home better known as Nancy Thompson's abode in "A Nightmare on Elm Street," Freddy Krueger's "haunted" home, sold for $ 2.98 million. Don't let the sunny facade fool you - horror fans know this house well. It's a bright spot on shady, tree-lined Elm Street...

'A Nightmare on Elm Street' house sells for nearly $3 million

LOS ANGELES - What was once the set of "A Nightmare on Elm Street" has become someone’s dream home. The house from the 1984 slasher film has been sold, fetching $2,980,000 for the seller, according to its listing on Last October, it went on the market for $3.25 million.

“Nightmare On Elm Street” Home Sold For Almost $3 Million”

The house that was used in the 1984 classic horror film “Nightmare On Elm Street” was on the market for almost three months before selling for $2,980,000!. Initial asking $3.5 Million, the L.A. home sits just off Sunset Boulevard, just a blocks from the legendary Chateau Marmont Hotel.