Imperial Street | Stately Home
List Price: Off Market
Neighborhood: 15th & 15th
Property Profile: 2,018 sq. ft. | 4 bed, 2 bath
Our Opinion: When we think of the perfect bungalow, we imagine a space that is both open and intimate–one that connects the outside world to the home’s interior, and one where cozying up to a fireplace in winter and lounging in the shade during the dog days of summer are both easily done. And we found such a place on Imperial Street. Built in ‘42 and remodeled just a few years ago, this charming cottage is equal parts functional and inviting (and, with a recent price drop of 10k, it just got a little more of each). There’s over 2,000 square feet of solid living space–a few bedrooms, a couple of baths, and a basement watering hole that has us itching for a rowdy game of darts and a cold beer. Other things we love include the ample windows, the low horizontal lines, and that bar tile roof. But we’d hate for you to forget things like the two-car garage, the updated (and adorable) kitchen, and the formal dining with the pair of built-ins (that’s where grandma’s Depression glass goes). We’re utterly mad about its location, too…being just a few kicks on your board to Sugar House Park, 15th & 15th’s Paris Bistro, King’s English Bookshop, and the forthcoming Trestle Tavern can never be a bad thing. It’s a cottage in the city that has it all. And it’s all good.
Contact Brian Tripoli at cityhomeCOLLECTIVE for additional details or to schedule a private showing | 801.809.9804