The listing for this 1921 Hyannis home refers to it as an "antique," but we're thinking Foursquare is more appropriate. Either way, the vintage 3BR, 1.5BA is rather lovely.
The owners seem to have taken good care of the 1,424-square-footer and the brokerbabble certainly thinks so:
In the living room, you will appreciate the fully functioning brick fire place showcasing a custom-milled mantle and a wall of built in bookcases with a reading nook in between. Incredible hardwood floors throughout the first and second floor. Even the stair case with its mid-way landing is unique...upstairs, each bedroom has its own closet and the bathroom has been updated and upgraded. This home is truly a must-see.While the bathroom remodel is a stylish mix of old and new, the kitchen has been given a more generic upgrade to the usual suspects of tile flooring, absolute black Granite counters with backsplash, and stainless steel appliances - not that there's anything wrong with that. As for location, the . 29 acre property overlooks a car dealership, but does have walkability (hello, sidewalks!) and is 1.3 miles to Veteran's Park Beach. Meanwhile, this has to be the first listing with a $249,900 asking price that we've seen with aerial photography. Since it's always nice to find out in advance if the neighbors are outdoor hoarders, "Sanford and Son" fans gone awry, unable to part with non-working automobiles, or worse, these shots are definitely a plus.
· Listing: 16 Stevens Street, Hyannis [NewEnglandMoves.com]