How cute is this 1917 neo-Colonial style townhouse? It’s got a modern layout and tons of original details, including a wood-burning fireplace, a coffered ceiling in a bedroom, leaded glass transoms, a dining room built-in, bead board wainscotting in the renovated kitchen, and what appear to be the original multi-paned windows. We do wonder about the two bathrooms, though — there are no photos of those. Once-identical neighbors at 2106 and 2109 have both been featured as House of the Day. The house is landmarked, as part of the Albemarle-Kenmore Terrace Historic District. For $899,000, does it seem like a pretty good deal?
2108 Albemarle Terrace [Brown Harris Stevens] GMAP P*Shark
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