624 Randolph St, Charleston, WV 25302
$46,900 ~ Sold
Located on a corner lot, this c.1931 Craftsman bungalow in Charleston, West Virginia, is an American classic.
Little known fact: These small homes originated in the colonial Indian province of Bengla to house British authorities. They were usually one-story thatched huts. The basic simple folksy style really took off in the US after it was adopted by the arts and crafts movement. It was then that the gabled roof, front porch and intricate woodwork became synonymous with the term bungalow.
Craftsman bungalow with many original features preserved. Situated on a corner lot. Enjoy evenings on the large covered front porch. The living room features hardwoods and a gas insert fireplace. You will find a large dining room off the kitchen plus a bonus utility and mud room. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms, all with hardwoods throughout. You will enjoy the craftsman quality features preserved throughout the house including baseboards and crown moldings and other craftsman features.