Imagine stepping back into the 1920’s where you will find a home built in 1925 in the Craftsman Era style. Ample windows invite light into the 10-foot ceiling rooms and offer a glimpse to a time that was simpler, and when America was building quality made homes. This two-bedroom, one-bath home is spacious for a family just starting out, or for a couple whose children have moved on to greater things. Each room has the original hardwood flooring, hardwood trim and base boards, original glass doorknobs, and 3 original light fixtures that remember a time gone by. The entry to the front of the home leads into the living room where there is ample room for all your fine antiques. Double glass doors lead into the dining room or bonus room that can be repurposed for almost anything. A spacious hallway leads to the bathroom, which has the original tile floor and an updated tub and shower that is in keeping with the era. The front and rear bedrooms enter from the hallway and each have a walk-in closet with multiple storage areas. The rear bedroom also has entry to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has updated flooring to match the original hardwood flooring in the rest of home. An all-electric kitchen will ensure you have power to cook and entertain. A small bar just off the dining area will also help in the entertainment of guests. Do you have the need for more storage? Look no further as the attic has been 75% floored with a convenient shelving system and a walk-in cedar lined closet. You will have no trouble getting around in this attic as the roof is well supported by true 2×6 rafters crafted out of rough cedar. To the rear of the kitchen leads into the washroom where you will find room for a washer and dryer and the hot water heater. This room seems to be the only room added to this home as the original brick façade is still visible. Out the rear door you will find a quaint back yard with a carport/storage shed that was also built in the 1920’s plus a metal carport/storage that was added some years back. This home has had only 2 owners and has been impeccably kept in the true craftsman era style it was built in.