This distinctive home is located in one of Hastings finer, old neighborhoods, the Central Hastings Historic District (home is not on the historic registry but it could be.) Originally built as a carriage house in 1890 it was converted to a home in the 1920's. The structure is clinker brick, which was widely sought after by architects of the Arts & Crafts movement. The interior has high ceilings, leaded glass windows and beautiful quarter-sawn golden oak Arts & Crafts trim and details in original condition. The exquisite original tile roof has just been renovated. Exterior trim is freshly painted. The yard has mature trees and beautifully designed landscaping. The spacious living room has a high beamed ceiling and a gas fireplace. The dining room has beautiful natural light with leaded glass windows. The kitchen maintains it's 1920's charm with lots of natural light. There are three spacious bedrooms and a renovated bathroom on the second floor. This house is located in a family-friendly neighborhood just blocks from Longfellow elementary school.
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