Sitting self-assuredly on an oversized lot in Andersonville, this handsome foursquare caught our eye. Priced as high as $1.48M, the historic 6-bed min-manse, built in 1905, is back on the market with an ask of $1.25M. Interiors have been freshened up a bit thanks to a gut rehab. The master bedroom is an obvious highlight; perched on the 3rd floor, it makes great use of the home's structural elements to create an open and inviting space. But we found the kitchen too heavy and monochromatic. White cabinetry would be a much better match for the streaked wooden ceiling and caramel backsplash. The dark vanity doors and patterned floor in the bathroom also make for strange bedfellows. The 5,000-square foot behemoth features a finished basement, high ceilings, hardwood floors, two porches, and a professionally-landscaped yard.
·Listing: 1426 W. Rascher Ave. [Conlon]