So, the front yard of this 1915 home north of downtown may look a little overgrown, like the owner just gave up and let it go.
Not so. All the greenery allows the yard to serve as a butterfly garden. In fact, it's registered as a certified Monarch Waystation, meaning the vegetation is comprised of specific species of plants that will attract and maintain monarch butterfly populations. Cool, no?
What's more, the 2,300-square-foot home also boasts a second-floor balcony that looks like a perfect place to relax and observe said butterflies. Or maybe just a spot to unwind and enjoy a few cold brews.
The interior renovations to the property are badass in their own right, including hardwood floors and an impressive kitchen with updated cabinets. Also impressive are artistic touches the occasional corrugated metal and exposed shiplap to a pair of end tables bolted onto the wall as display shelves.
This home is listed by Matt Roesler
with RE/MAX Associates.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.
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