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This fixer-upper awaits your loving touch

Victorian home with yellow siding and white trim behind a white picket fence.
This 1898 Victorian awaits your loving touch.
Sotheby’s International Realty

This adorable home in the tiny town of Basalt, Colorado, might boast the cutest kitchen we’ve seen in a while. Built in 1898, the Victorian measures 1,607 square feet and features three bedrooms and two bathrooms and offers plenty of flexible living space.

Though it’s something of a fixer-upper, there’s more than enough charm to carry it through a rehaul. A spacious living room with wood-framed windows flows into the aforementioned kitchen, which itself is huge. With a pressed tin ceiling and old-fashioned wallpaper, open shelving, and plenty of space to add an island or make it an eat-in, the kitchen is reminiscent of a bygone era. A door leads to a deck.

As for bedrooms there are three bright and spacious ones, plus a bonus room that could be used as an office, and an attic space that functions as a playroom for children or storage. Rounding out the property is a backyard and shed, with a balcony on the top floor providing additional opportunities for outdoor living. Located at 159 East Homestead Drive, the home is offered at $825,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty