A single level Craftsman-style home modeled after a train depot is this week’s featured resale. Located on 1.87 acres, the 1,856 square-feet home includes three bedrooms and 1.75 bathrooms. It was built in 2002 and has a two-car detached garage/shop with a storage area and extra outside parking.
Detailed landscaping includes a vine-covered arch, walking paths, and flower beds bordered by reclaimed pavers from historic downtown Stanwood.
Shake siding, dormer windows and a covered front porch provide architectural interest to the exterior of the home. Inside, the foyer has high ceilings and opens directly to the main living areas of the home.
Directly in front of the foyer is the dining area, which is anchored by a long window seat with underneath storage.
Right of the dining area, the living room has built-in cabinetry, a propane fireplace insert and white millwork.
A partial wall to the left of the dining area provides separation from the kitchen, which has the proportions of a galley kitchen. It includes a large sink, dishwasher, wall oven, cook top and warming drawer. Art deco pendant lighting is positioned over the countertop. At the end of the kitchen, a preparation sink is flanked by two windows overlooking the yard. The space also includes a group of open cabinets and a view door that leads to the patio.
Left of the kitchen is a mudroom/laundry room with pantry storage and a door accessing the front porch.
Access to the main bathroom is available from the hall and a secondary bedroom. The bathroom has a pedestal sink, tub/shower combination, window and period tile.
Next is an office space that can also be used as a bedroom. The room is fitted with built-in desk areas.
The bedroom suite includes four closets with bi-fold doors and built-in shelving. The bedroom has five windows and a view door to a patio.
The suite’s bathroom has a pedestal sink with chrome detailing, two windows, and a shower area with subway tile and curved glass block wall.
The entire house has stained concrete floors with electric radiant floor heat. The patio is plumbed for a propane grill.