Now this one was done right. From the rebuilt front porch with beadboard ceiling to the refinished original pine flooring throughout, from the Victorian-inspired color palette to the light fixtures (Edison bulbs, anyone?), you’ll swear this right-size charmer was renovated by a homeowner. The eye-catching details continue throughout the first floor, like the gilded crown molding in the vestibule, exposed matte brick living room wall that continues up the turned staircase and original leaded glass arched front window. The high-end finishes in the crisp white kitchen include J&K cabinetry, quartz countertops with breakfast bar, stainless steel Frigidaire Gallery appliances, subway tile backsplash, deep stainless steel undermount sink with gooseneck faucet and even a pantry. There’s a conveniently located powder room, also with hardwood floors and a large window, on the way out to the good-sized rear patio with pine fencing. The spacious master bedroom has a bay window over an original window seat with built-in storage and a true walk-in closet with custom-built shoe rack. There are two more good-sized bright bedrooms, both with decent closet space; the back bedroom features a nice exposed brick accent and custom-finished window sills on the mini-bay. The stylishly appointed hall bath has a marble-topped vanity, classic black-and-white hex tile floor, and a ceiling-height subway tile shower surround coupled with frameless glass doors. The large basement has good standing height and is a great candidate for finishing if you need additional living space down the road. And it’s not just about the pretty stuff; all the mechanicals are brand-new: HVAC, electrical, plumbing—including new Pex lines and sewer line to the street—and the house comes with not just a roof warranty but a full one-year builder’s warranty. This home is less than three blocks off Baltimore Ave, with neighborhood faves like Dock Street Brewery, Satellite Coffee, the Fire Works coworking space, VIX Emporium, summer pop-up Taco Angeleno, the newly opened Amari’s and of course Cedar Park all super close.