1912 Craftsman – Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada – $216,169

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Added to OHD on 9/20/18   -   Last OHD Update: 9/21/18   -   11 Comments
1130 Grafton Ave, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan S6H3S5

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$279,000 CAD
$216,169 USD







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Welcome to this charming 1912 character home in the Avenues. A solid Craftsman style home. Centrally located on a wide street with mature trees on the boulevards, close to parks and schools. Enjoy life in the well designed 1200 sq. ft main floor, 800 sq. ft. second floor. On the main floor are 2 bedrooms, full bath, 2 living rooms with wood burning fireplaces in each, dining room, kitchen and laundry. Rare and extensive, original and beautiful woodwork in main rooms that simply glows, exuding peace and comfort. On the 2nd floor are two carpeted bedrooms and a bath. Basement is open, ready for in floor heat and bathroom development. Updated kitchen in 2009, stainless steel appliances, Hunter Douglas honeycomb blinds top down bottom up throughout main floor. High efficiency furnace and water heater 2009, central air conditioning unit new 2014. New shingles, spray foam insulation upper crawl spaces in 2014. Two car garage in back with power door opener, fenced back yard. Vinyl siding 3 sides with original shakes and wood siding on front. The front veranda is perfect for enjoying the morning sunshine, visiting with neighbours, and relaxing in the shade in the afternoon! If you are interested in a character home in the avenues this one is a must see!
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Chris Mooney, FSBO
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11 Comments on 1912 Craftsman – Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada – $216,169

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  1. AvatarKen France says: 7 comments


  2. RosewaterRosewater says: 4332 comments
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    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    A strong candidate for best Craftsman of the year IMO. This house is full of hen’s teeth! Not only does it have a spectacularly preserved, deluxe original interior; it’s marvelous upper covered porch/balcony is untouched and still open to the bracing Canadian air; AND there is an original catalogue clock mantle! Superlatives for days. The facade is outstanding, and even enhanced by the demure but bold color choices, (which seem even possibly vintage to original).

    Not super fancy; but decidedly very well designed and executed structure and embellishments create an overall mini-masterpiece; and time has been very kind.

    Anyone else see Georgian elements mixed in here a little. It’s like this house is right on the cusp. I love the unusually Craftsman use of lite, warm, honey golden, trim as opposed to the far more common mocha to ebonized wood work you’ll see in most Craftsmans.

    Moose Jaw. Heheheh. Delightful! 🙂

    • AvatarJane says: 1 comments

      Moose Jaw is a quaint community that has a lot of history and charm! They have a tourist attraction some “hot springs” and a point of interest. … Te underground tunnels for Al Capone…lots to be admir d there and this happened us is testimony to that!! Have visited there and always enjoy it. That’s a Canadian’s perspective🇨🇦☺️

    • AvatarMarc says: 187 comments

      I’m also crazy about that mantle clock. If I had the opportunity I might buy a house for that reason alone. To me, the interior is more vertical, symmetrical, and formal than most craftsmans. Add that tease of an arched doorway and maybe that’s where the hint of Georgian comes from? It’s unusual to see a craftsman with a center hallway truncated by a door separating public and private areas of the house. Smaller craftsmans rarely dedicated so much space to hallways. I really like this house.

      • RosewaterRosewater says: 4332 comments
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        1875 Italianate cottage
        Noblesville, IN

        It gets COLD and windy up there, so that air lock vestibule is a must have. 😉

  3. AvatarPeggy Sullivan says: 39 comments

    You just go to Montana and turn right and the temperature is either a balmy 34 degrees F or minus 34 degrees F depending on how you interpret the –

  4. AvatarFireDog says: 34 comments

    It’s a pity there are no photos of the upstairs bedroom that has access to a private outdoor porch; that is a big selling point for many buyers.

  5. AvatarMonChiChiPox says: 230 comments

    One of the things that I always love about the Craftsman, that makes it my favorite style, is the exteriors are generally unassuming and simple. Then you open the door to the interior and it’s BANG!

  6. AvatarWilliam Walkington says: 63 comments

    That fireplace surround/clock mash up is AWESOME! Never seen one like that before. Seen LOTS of craftsman bungalows in my area and never have I seen a clock incorporated in the fireplace. Love it!

  7. AvatarJohnStaudt says: 6 comments

    Love it. I want to move there.

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