Circa 1922. This Colonial Revival bungalow was a contributing home to the Orange Heights Historic District. In its 96 years, there have only been 3 owners. Its latest occupants have done a marvelous job in updating the systems of the home, including new waste lines, copper & PEX type plumbing, hvac, main electric service panel, & roof. A beautiful new kitchen was also installed as well as refinished hardwood floors & fresh paint. In 2011, an addition of 215 sf was added to the garage & the single car garage was converted into a studio. The result is a 1,625 sf main home, a 308 sf studio & a 371 sf 2-car garage. Seemingly unique to homes of this age, the floor plan has been unchanged. The living room includes leaded glass built-in cabinets, large original windows, a fireplace, & a French door to the a courtyard. The dining room offers a built-in buffet & windows that showcasethe front yard. The highlight of the home is the recently remodeled kitchen. Thoughtfully designed, the space is era specific & beautifully done. Off the central hallway are the 3 beds & 2 baths. Each room is nicely sized with the master having its own bath. The detached studio has its own entrance off Thompson Drive & has a bathroom& its own hvac. Listed by Jeremy Hardy, Craig Estates And Fine Properties.