On the corner of two of the neighborhood’s loveliest tree-lined streets sits a cluster of homes whose setup is unlike any other nearby, with the large footprint of three Victorian twins divided front-to-back into six unique properties. The three rear houses share a gated entrance from Hazel Ave, and here’s your chance to own the best of the bunch. Being the last in the row provides a totally private enclosed yard—featuring perimeter planting beds with mature strawberry plants—as well as direct access to the side breezeway, and the renovations done over the years make this a perfect option for someone looking for a low-maintenance home. With a sunny open floorplan living area, hardwood floors throughout, central air, a true master bedroom suite and (the ever-elusive) great closet space, this right-size home checks off the modern-day must-haves on the list without sacrificing charm and character. A handsome open-air porch leads into the living room, which has an oversize set of windows flanking the glass door with transoms along the entire width, and a woodburning fireplace with exposed ductwork as the centerpiece. The designated dining area flows right into the open kitchen with granite countertops with breakfast bar, deep stainless steel undermount sink under pretty pendant lights, and crisp white appliances including an LG fridge with bottom-drawer freezer. The second floor holds two bedrooms, the larger featuring a bay window overlooking the yard and a large closet, and the second perfectly suited for a guest room, home office or its current use as a nursery, as well as a nice-sized hall bathroom with large vanity and ceramic tile shower surround. The third floor is a true master suite, with the huge bedroom area incorporating the bay window to create a nice sitting area, and a literal hallway of closets leading to the tastefully appointed en-suite bath. The basement has good standing height and provides plenty of additional storage space. This home is in the catchment area for Lea elementary school and is super-close to Baltimore Ave’s 34 trolley, Mariposa Food Co-op, Gold Standard Cafe, Aksum Cafe, Green Line Coffee and both Clark and Cedar parks.