Step on into the light-filled living space with built-in bookcases perfect for treasures, books and seasonal décor. The open plan flows beautifully with generous windows while a built-in buffet adds classic storage options. Natural light brightens up the room, while freshly painted crisp neutral walls and original baseboards providethat move-in-ready checkmark. Wonderful details await inside including period glass doorknobs, and original oak hardwood floors in the living room, dining roomand hallway!
Continue through to the galley kitchen and dining nook — freshly painted periodcabinets, brand new luxury vinyl tile flooring and the new quartz kitchen slabcountertop and undermount sink here means the only thing to do is add personaltouches to complete the room. The large dining space bridges the kitchen andback door to the patio and the layout lends itself to a wonderful east-west crossbreeze on hot days with screens on all the windows and front and back doors!
Just a few steps from the back door is the staircase to the basement. The 611 sqft basement has been the family room while the sellers raised their kids and isnow perfect work-from home in the open space and can easily be a playroom or hobby area. The non-conforming bedroom has a closet and plenty of room as a guest space or office as well! The laundry and utility room works well for additional storage — think mini wine cellar! The basement walls and floors have all been recently painted and a convenient half bath completes the lower layout.
Modern convenience meets period charm back upstairs on the main floor! Pass through the kitchen and living area, to the hallway that joins the two nicely sized bedrooms. At the west side of the house is the primary bedroom measuring 11x12’ and it is light and bright thanks to three generously sized corner windows, and mirrored closet sliding doors encasing the double closet. The second bedroom is a roomy 11x13’, closet with organized space, and also has corner windows for greateast and south natural light.
The big surprise in the house is the size and luxury of the large, remodeled bathroom: a skylight for natural lighting, beautiful Ann Sacks stone and white tile throughout including a built-in stone bench, and abundant extra storage behind lovely custom wood cabinetry. There are 2 closets in the hallway — the small coat closet between the front bedroom and the bathroom and the long closet that has hooks in the narrow space, plus a large open area great for storing bins, suitcases, or other large objects.
And last, such a special neighborhood. This street has its own Facebook group, annual gatherings along with special local events over the year! The Beaumont Business Association hosts several annual community focused events on Fremont:a fun run in June, Fremont Fest in August, Fright Night on Halloween, and Lightson Fremont in December. The Alameda/Beaumont neighborhood is one of the most bikeable areas in the city and maintains the charm of the original homes, and neighbors who love their classic homes and strive to preserve original details. Welcome home!