An exceptional arts and craft bungalow

If you’re a sucker for craftsman houses, then this one is for you.

This fabulous 1923 craftsman home in Fort Collins, Colorado has a hefty price tag ($719,000) but it is in such pristine condition, I just had to give it a closer look.

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Located in the historic Old Town area of Fort Collins in northern Colorado, this house has 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and just over 4000 square feet of living space.

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Have a closer look at the original wood built-ins and the Batchelder tile fireplace:

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Impressive!

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Notice the old heat register on the righthand side of the room?

This room has tile floors so I’m guessing it is a sunroom area:

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The dining room:

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The kitchen is adorable – look at the built-in banquette:

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image from: realtor.com

I’m also loving those grey and beige checkered floors!

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Exposed brick in kitchen = gorgeousness.

Have a look at the tasteful master bedroom…

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image from: realtor.com

Outside, there is a marvelous patio with an outdoor fireplace:

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Spacious back yard:

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image from: realtor.com

It’s just divine.

To see additional pictures, check out the complete listing here or the realtor’s website here.

3 Comments

  • Such a classic and so well cared for.

  • Marcia says:

    Gorgeous house, I love it! The kitchen is a great blend of new but keeping the old vintage charm, love the breakfast nook. Any idea what those tiles on the kitchen floor are? I need a new kitchen floor and would like something like this

    • housecrazy says:

      My guess is modern linoleum on the kitchen floors. There was an article in Cottages & Bungalows a year or so ago about how linoleum is coming back into style… it is apparently made now to be earth-friendly.

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