25 N Brown Ave [GMap]
Asking: $419,000
4 bedroom/2 bathroom
1,716 Square Feet
Agent: Lisa Shear

25 N Brown 1

Today’s house of the day is a 1923 craftsman style bungalow in the Lawsona/Fern Creek Neighborhood. The four bedroom, two bathroom house has a brand new kitchen  with granite counters, mosaic glass tile back splash, center island with snack bar counter and stainless appliances. The house features an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, pine wood floors, built-ins, fireplace, extensive trim & molding throughout, inside laundry room andFrench doors to back deck & patio. The master suite has a large shower, claw foot tub and walk in closet. The fourth bedroom makes a great den too with French doors to backyard. [Full Listing]

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  1. sorry, I mis-read the statement “We disclose any content that is paid for” and “We do offer sponsored posts which can be a house of the day”

  2. Sorry just want to be clear..this is not an ad. We got no money for it. We thought it was an interesting house to share. And apparently so did your friend 🙂 And I don’t take offense to it just don’t want people to think we’re being paid to post things that were not being paid for. 🙂

  3. so it’s an ad–nothing wrong with that if you have a commercial page. I was just surprised to find it in my face. I guess a friend “liked” it, so I was really talking to her

  4. Typical “update” of taking away most of the original character and charm of a period home. Taking down walls and the cathedral ceilings look ridiculous for a 20s home.

  5. I looked at this house before the current owner bought and essentially flipping it and it definitely was not worth 419k – he did a nice job though