Step back in time to 1916 when Craftsman Bungalow architecture was the dream-design for home ownership. A welcoming front porch, wood burning fireplace, lathe and plaster walls, double-hung windows, claw-foot bathtub, farm-house kitchen sink, built-in breakfast nook, hardwood flooring throughout, original wood-framed windows and doors (including front door) and hardware, and yes, even a walk-in basement with utility access. Modern comforts include central and forced air heating and A/C with Nest thermostat, upgraded kitchen cabinetry, soapstone counters and newer appliances, a permitted additional new half bathroom from the master suite, permitted new laundry room with full-size stackable washer and dryer (included), upgraded electric and plumbing throughout, a whole home soft water system, an alkaline water filtration system, and newer roof. She sits on a corner lot, surrounded with privacy and an impressive-sized back yard for enjoyment. - This beauty is registered with the Old Towne National Register Historic District and is currently part of the Mills Act property tax reduction (2018 taxes were $2,299) and located within the very desirable Old Towne Orange.