Craftsman Style Bungalows, which could be built without an excess of materials or effort, suited the Arts and Crafts movement and were designed with the working class in mind dating back to the early 1900's. This century home in Tuxedo Park is a perfect example of an Arts and Crafts Style Bungalow. With a covered front porch, thick support columns, a dominant fireplace, hip roof and gables, this delightful property is one to preserve. Sitting on a 25’ x 130’ foot lot zoned R-C2 this lot and location continue to be sought after by the inner city seeker, developers and and renovation specialists. Box beamed 9 foot high ceilings, a center fireplace-now decorative, double hung sash windows, oversized baseboard and casing, likely the original doors and kitchen are only a few of the (possibly original) aspects of this home that have been left. It has a newer hi efficiency furnace (2019), exterior upgrades, new upstairs bathroom, claw foot tub remains downstairs, a new fence and incredibly private and well treed back yard. Moments from transit, shopping, great eats, the river, and downtown, this house is a must have for any Arts and Crafts revivalist or inner city developer. New appliances in 2022, new bathroom in 2022 and other significant improvements. Claw foot tub in basement will be left with the house.