PHOENIX — A two-story home in Phoenix’s Roosevelt Historic District is on the market for nearly $1 million.
The home, located on a corner lot at 344 W Lynwood St. in Phoenix, was built in 1922 by the City of Phoenix’s first civil engineer, F.N. Holmquist, the MLS says.
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It’s almost 3,200 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, with a cellar. It has original details, including a first-floor guest suite entrance with original brick, decorative tiles in the shower, and neoclassical revival design.
Updates and restorations to the home were done in 2017.
The custom kitchen has quartzite counters, a commercial gas range and wine fridge.
The MLS listing says plans for a two-car garage, pool house and pool have been approved by the historic preservation society, if a new owner would like to build those amenities.
The home, now for sale for $955,000, is listed by Mike Misheski of HomeSmart.
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To see more images of the home, click through the slideshow of images at the top of this page.