1916 – Sacramento, CA – $1,200,000

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Added to OHD on 6/12/18   -   Last OHD Update: 6/12/18   -   14 Comments
1041 1043 33rd St, Sacramento, CA 95816

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Price

$1,200,000

Beds

4

Baths

2

SqFt

2644

Acres

0.17

Restored 1916 Craftsman Duplex, all new mechanical systems, new foundation excluding front concrete porch. Exceptional detailing--all trim, built-ins, windows, doors, stripped and refinished. Window seat and bookcases, breakfast nook banquette, dining room buffet, large walk-in closets, refinished hardwood floors, Marmoleum linoleum in kitchen, laundry, breakfast nook.

Lots of possibilities! Quality finishes throughout make this ideal for use as a single-family or extended-family residence, or owner to live in one flat, and rent the other.

Great neighborhood, close to McKinley Park, library, numerous restaurants and coffee houses, and an easy walk to events in Midtown.

Large backyard features lawn with shade tree, cherry, plum and orange trees, with large sunny area reserved for your garden or urban farm. Additional unit may be possible (check with city).
Contact Details
Priscilla Hawkins, Owner
(916) 838-5606 / priscillalhawkins@gmail.com
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14 Comments on 1916 – Sacramento, CA – $1,200,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 8913 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    Thanks to the owner for sharing her lovely home with us. She said that the interior wood was originally painted (and I state again, not all homes of this period had wood unpainted, some were as this one was.)

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    • Linda R. says: 214 comments

      I love the white paint with the mint green walls; it all looks so fresh and bright. I don’t understand for sure how it is divided into 2 units. Up and down? Street view shows lots of cute, smaller Craftsman on the block.

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      • Priscilla Hawkins says: 5 comments

        Yes, the units are up and down, identical floorplan and built-ins with a common entry area.

  2. JamieK says: 16 comments

    The kitchen and bath are perfection, I even like the wallpaper.

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  3. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1581 comments
    1920 Colonial Revival
    Upstate/Central , NY

    What a pretty house! Light & bright & cheerful, & so… fresh looking! I also like the wallpaper, esp. that of the breakfast nook in the downstairs unit.

    2
  4. selenabird says: 13 comments

    Hometown pride! One of my biggest regrets was having to remove my old 1930s toilet like the one in the pale green bathroom (there was a non-repairable crack in the bottom), that thing was a beast!

    1
  5. Tommy QTommy Q says: 450 comments
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    1912 Craftsman
    Fort Bragg, CA

    My old neighborhood. I cannot tell you how much I miss it. They demolished my l922 975 sq. ft. bungalow on Santa Ynez Way and have built an absolutely hideous McMansion in its place. This is the best neighborhood in Sacramento. Not as expensive as the “Fab Forties” but getting there, plus it is way more fun and McKinley Park is a few blocks north. Sacramento is an up and coming city, I think it is the best place to live in California. Wonderful house and the price is realistic.

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  6. julie A. says: 120 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1914 foursquare farmhouse
    New Germany, MN

    This is a beautiful home! I love everything about it.

  7. Bethany otto says: 2264 comments
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    Escondido, CA

    I think this epitomizes an old home that’s been decorated in a way that appeals to younger house-hunters (well, rich younger house-hunters) without sacrificing original design and elements.

    4
  8. TGrantTGrant says: 391 comments
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    New Orleans, LA

    Absolutely magnificent restoration! Who wouldn’t want to live in this bright and charming building!

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  9. Clund says: 102 comments

    Sacramento is such a pretty city. One reason is beautiful homes like this one. It is lovely inside, so bright and inviting. The kitchens are adorable and so is the bathroom. I love that craftsman style! My brother lived in a craftsman 4-plex years ago and I always thought if I lived in a large city it would be the right home for me.

  10. Rebecca says: 35 comments

    Wow. How lovingly renovated! What a wonderful house in a great location. I can see why it commands the price it does. Everything in it is simply amazing. It has a great yard and light throughout. Sacramento is a great city. Thanks for sharing this!

  11. Nhgal03Nhgal03 says: 117 comments

    What a lovely home! Love all the natural light

  12. OurPhillyRowOurPhillyRow says: 94 comments
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    1852 Greek Revival Rowhouse
    Philadelphia, PA

    My home town! This is in a fantastic neighborhood. That kitchen is absolutely delicious! I love the idea of having one unit as a rental while living in the other, but I don’t know which I would prefer to live in.

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