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919 Sq. Ft. Craftsman Style Cottage in Olympia Originally Built in 1903


This is a 919 sq. ft. Craftsman Style Cottage in Olympia, Washington that belongs in our small houses and real estate categories.

It was originally built in 1903 and sits on a 5,250 square foot lot.

The home is listed for $290,000.

Victorian Cottage Style House For Sale in Olympia, Washington

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Listing Quote

Own a part of Olympia’s history! Rare Bigelow neighborhood 1903 Victorian 2 bedroom/1 bath house. On the Olympia Heritage Register, this home was carefully updated in 2002 with 160 sq ft great room addition. Includes new wiring/plumbing/tankless water heater/furnace. Original wood floors, reclaimed fir cabinets & 5-burner range, plus spa-like jetted bath & shaded flagstone patio to carriage house garage/shop. 1/2 a block to Budd Bay, walkable to downtown & conveniences.

Highlights

  • 919 sq. ft.
  • 2 bedroom 1 bathroom home
  • Victorian style
  • Built in 1903
  • Bigelow neighborhood
  • Olympia, WA
  • Updated in 2002
  • 160 sq. ft. great room added
  • Original wood floors
  • 1/2 a block to Budd Bay
  • Walkable to downtown
  • $290,000

Learn more over at the listing on Redfin.

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  • merryl June 5, 2018, 1:00 pm

    needs to be updated a little.other than that its very nice.i would live here.

  • Karen Blackburn June 5, 2018, 3:34 pm

    Very nice, the colour scheme outside is great but not a fan of all the brown woodwork in the kitchen, personal taste is different. Could easily live in it though. PS can’t be Victorian as Queen Victoria died in 1901 and Edward VII was on the throne, Edwardian architecture is nicer as well.

    • SC June 6, 2018, 11:19 am

      I don’t like all the brown cabinets either. It doesn’t fit that house. The brown trim and cabinets overwhelm the look. The layout is fine, but not enough Victorian/Edwardian/arts and crafts style touches in the interior. Not a single stained glass window, no fireplace, no Bay window, now crown molding… correction. There are indeed bay windows, pained/stained glass and neutral color trim in the “earlier”? rooms. It more serene in those rooms that the kitchen/living room with all the brown. But all that being said, its a really nice house.
      The blue/yellow color is so beautiful. A yellow house is so friendly.

    • James D. June 6, 2018, 11:24 am

      Reference is to the design style, not the date it was built… You can build a Victorian style home today if you wanted… Or Edwardian, etc.

  • Suzy Que June 5, 2018, 10:01 pm

    I love the yellow and blue!

  • Sheila Plourde June 6, 2018, 3:09 am

    This is killing me. Beautiful, beautiful! Love all of the home. Maybe a Victorian tiny home on wheels?

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