Dating to 1870, a year before The Fire, this extra-wide 6,300-square-foot brick home on a "premier corner lot" has been painstakingly maintained and jammed with custom carpentry and other spoils like hot tub and wet bar. There's also skylights, 11' ceilings, and a vaulted master bedroom in the attic. The walled-in back yard spills off the kitchen and is essentially a paver stone patio with a garden perimeter. The house's large footprint absorbs much of the oversized lot— in other words, you're better off tossing the Frisbee inside. The home includes a segregated two-bedroom in-law unit that could be your ticket to extra income or re-incorporated into the larger house. On-and-off the market since April, an even $2M earns you the rights to this rarity.
·Listing: 1875 N Fremont St. [Prudential Rubloff]