2023 A.W. 17th

This National Historic Register duplex was built around 1935 as a duplex in modern style.  The original floor plan has been retained.  Each apartment has a good sized living dining room area, separated by an archway.  There are large closets in the living rooms.  The original cabinets in the kitchens were retained and redone entirely, with matching additional cabinets added.  The countertops and flooring in the kitchen are of obsidian Marmorette linoleum, in keeping with the period look.  The bathrooms  have subway tile bath surrounds, and octagon and dot tile flooring.  They have a compact washer dryer in the hall closets.  The bedrooms have large double french doors going onto a private deck and picket fenced garden, through a rose arbor.  Behind that, is a shared space for both apartments and the fourplex next door for a community vegetable garden.  Each apartment has one dedicated off street parking spot.  There is ample on-street parking on a quiet, residential street.  The front yard is well landscaped, and will only grow better with time. 


The house has been completely redone top to bottom, with new roof, insulation, HVAC, plumbing all new electric, all new appliances.  The oak floors have been redone entirely. The kitchens have new dishwashers, stoves and refrigerators.  Every window was taken out and painstakingly restored.  Every inch of the house has been loved back to life, in keeping with strict National Park Service standards.  There is good sound insulation between the units.   Tenant pays $50 for water/sewer in addition to rent. Monitored security included, but all other utilities tenant responsibility.  Gas stove and gas heat.  Conventionally financed, so not subject to HOME funds income limits.  Maximum occupancy 2 people.

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