1629 Seventh St.
If you’ve been waiting for the perfect Gillespie Park house, 1629 Seventh St. may well be it. It’s got everything: perfect location (on the fancy block of restored bungalows), the original 1925 floor plan, the original wood floors, doors, hardware, windows, etc.—the things most restorers spend so much time and money trying to replicate. The kitchen and bath have been remodeled but the rest of the house is a virtual time capsule. It doesn’t even have central air.
Original wood floors throughout.
Great old-fashioned pantry.
828 Myrtle St.
Looking from living room into sunroom and dining room.
A corner of the old-fashioned farmhouse kitchen.