For those buyers craving a cute home in a bustling area, this bright and renovated shotgun on Goss Avenue really offers it all. Behind the picket fence and through the front door, tall ceilings and exposed brick fireplace lend an air to the turn of century construction, while features like engineered hardwood floors and modern finishes make this a home worthy of today’s savvy homebuyers.
The hall to the right of the kitchen leads to two bedrooms (one with lovely gray-blue accent wall, and one currently used as an office) and the full bath. At the rear of the hall, thanks to the open kitchen and dining space, as well as a front-facing side door, a bright eating and entertaining space awaits. The cute cabinetry is finished in a seafoam green shade on the base cabinets, while a creamy white on the uppers keeps the brightness going. Open shelving at the windows and woven pendant lighting ensure a light feeling.
Off of this rear space, a back hallway leads to the third bedroom, a well-appointed powder bath with large storage closet (concealing cellar access), and a laundry closet, assuring that any reminders of that chore are happily hidden from sight.
Out the rear door, a small porch leads the way to a flat rear yard that’s fully fenced, and to a parking pad beyond, where space for two cars via alley access open the street parking space for guests or members of a larger household.
Located near Germantown’s abundant locally-owned restaurants and shopping, with The Post, Redbud Dining Room, and North of Bourbon mere feet away, and Toasty’s, The Pearl, Sarino’s, and Hauck’s not much farther, the parts of Louisville gloated about in publications like Garden & Gun Magazine are just outside the door. Quick access to downtown, as well as an easy jaunt to the Watterson, the lucky new owner will have the local feel many Louisvillians only dream of, while having all of our Metro area just a short trip away.
Listed by Joyce Duncan Mills, Semonin Realtors.
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** photos by Don Lehman **