An artist living and working in the Village of the Arts wakes up to only one limitation: their own imagination. The 11th Street Gallery was renovated in 2015 with this in mind. The front section of the house provides ample access and space to exhibit art, while the back part offers a retreat for creative work. A converted garage adds a 200 square foot workshop. The house, built in 1925, measures 1300 square feet. Four bedrooms and two full baths means almost 50 percent more space than the average house in the Village. Both bathrooms and the kitchen have been completely renovated. All appliances are no more than five years old, all new at renovation. The gallery area occupies 240 square feet which includes a non-working fireplace, original hardwood floors and professional lighting. A bedroom off the kitchen is a profitable Airbnb guest room with an acrylic clawfoot tub. The galley kitchen includes a gas stove as well as a dishwasher and refrigerator. The property is enclosed by an upgraded wooden fence with sidewalk and driveway gates. A bricked, sidewalk accessible patio includes a 8’x8’ mini stage for outdoor entertaining and house concerts. Please ask about special financing available in Village of the Arts. Large Buddha in the courtyard does not convey.Event areas include a sidewalk-accessible patio including a 8’x8’ mini stage for outdoor entertaining and house concerts and a large backyard. Ask about specific pieces that will convey.
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