The well-known historic block of Alta Vista Terrace was master-planned by developer Samuel Eberly Gross 110+ years ago and brings a range of decorative facades to 40 row houses on uniform 24 x 40 lots. Working with such a small footprint meant limited yard space, and variation in square footage is thus mainly a function of the number of floors. This happens to be one of the strip's larger homes: three floors; four bedrooms; three-and-a-half baths; and 2,800-square-feet. Perks include a finished basement, vaulted ceilings, office, foyer, and terrace. The $725K ask could be considered low given its size, immaculate condition, Lake View location, and 1999 sale price of $600K. But like we said, it has no yard (a rear parking pad takes its place). There's a critical shortage of listing pictures, omitting important stuff like the kitchen and all four of the bedrooms. Could be a lack of staging or simply the knowledge that a home like this generates its own intrigue. For the sake of comparison, check out this sale a few doors down which went last month for $590K, and this listing for another across the street.
·Listing: 3822 N Alta Vista Terrace [@properties]