1917 Craftsman in Sacramento, CA

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2458 41st St, Sacramento, CA 95817

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  • $495,000
  • 2 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1021 Sq Ft
  • 0.11 Ac.
Cape Cod style Craftsman fully updated with newly appointed kitchen boasting double ovens, a Wolf gas cooktop, newer cabinetry, trough sink, and a myriad of other updates. Bathroom has new subway tile surround and fixtures. Whole house fan has quiet cool technology. Outdoor patio perfect for entertaining. You will not be disappointed; come see for yourself!
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Franco Garcia, Garcia Realty
(916) 452-7535
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8 Comments on 1917 Craftsman in Sacramento, CA

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  1. AliceAlice says: 60 comments

    I’m in love with the exterior of this one–the pattern of the shingles especially. The updates have been sensitively done.

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  2. SharonSharon says: 389 comments
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    2001 Contemporary
    Sedalia, MO

    Swallowed my gum on the exterior: suggestive of a miniaturized Greene and Greene. Colors are spot on! Much love.

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  3. NeutraNeutra says: 54 comments

    This is a great little California Bungalow, with many nice original features intact thankfully. The owners spent a decent amount of money on some of the “updates”, but
    it would have been nice if some more thought & research was given ensure design integrity.

    Here is a brief summary on how with subtle to enhance this great building

    A++ I agree with Sharon, the exterior colors are perfect & most appropriate for a
    California Bungalow. It would be nice to see some subtle coloration on the interior
    walls.
    B- The funds spent in the kitchen could have been leveraged into a better kitchen with
    a stylish range & no wall ovens. Surface mounted period style lighting would enhance
    the space with some better casework geometry, no farmhouse sink or modern exhaust
    hoods.
    C+ Bathrooms are ok, except for the ever so common 12×12 ceramic tile. The historic CT
    floor tiles are much better & the same labor to install, so only the material costs
    are higher.
    B- The yard is nice, although a better connection to the space would be achieved with
    steps to grade & no raised deck. Raised beds are great, but the modern pavers are out
    of sorts with the house. The steel door on the garage could be a more period
    appropriate solid wood door with a vision lite for a typical early 20th century
    garage.
    B- Strip the white paint from the brick fireplace or at least paint a better color.

    Just my two cents.

    Jeff

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  4. L-o-v-e the kitchen color scheme. Have always had a soft spot for light blue or turquoise, and the combination here with white and silver really strikes a chord. (I could learn to cook in this kitchen – which is saying a lot. My only zero score on the interest test was Home Economics.) The rest of the place is marvelous, inside and out.

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  5. Stunning exterior. Can’t fathom why they painted the fireplace, but with so much intact and we’ll tended wood, I’m willing to overlook it.

    3
  6. KEYLIMEKEYLIME says: 485 comments
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    So much has been done in California by homeowners converting water thirsty front lawns to climate appropriate plantings, which are quite beautiful when skillfully done. Some chose to rip out the lawn and put in “hardscape,” including just plain cement. I’m guessing that is why there is so much cement paving in the front of this house.

    I would have soo much fun reworking that paved over portion of the front yard and doing it in such a way that there was a clear connection to the existing shrubbery, which I think is lovely. Interestingly, Hydrangeas are heavy water users. I’m guessing a deliberate decision was made that, since the lawn was going/gone, there was sufficient water for the perfectly placed hydrangeas.

    I notice there is more paving than I would need in the back yard so after I finished with the front…well, you get the idea.

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  7. Angie boldly going nowhereAngie boldly going nowhere says: 675 comments
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    Wow! The exterior of this house is stunning. The colours are perfect!

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  8. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 1052 comments
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    1947 Ranch
    OR

    Cape Cod style Craftsman?

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