This 1916 Craftsman home will enchant all visitors with its stylish bedrooms

Hot off the Seattle real estate inventory comes a 1916 Craftsman home with a difference. Recently updated for that touch of modernity we all adore, this three-bedroom beauty is bound to turn heads in its local community in Ravenna.
In fact, we would go so far as saying that a quick peek from the outside is all you need to be impressed by this traditional house's beaming aesthetics.
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Look at those colors — perfect for the fall season, don't you think? It's almost like we're stepping into a fairy tale realm of Craftsman charm.
The porch sustains the autumnal themes with natural touches.
Inside, you'll encounter a cozy living area that embraces its rich, creamy hues.
The dining area makes a splash with lovely decorative elements that enhance this home's traditional origins.
Simple, yet complete: The kitchen area is nicely fitted with all the right amenities, with the smallest details bringing a quaint glow to all culinary endeavors.
Wall art and potted plants accentuate the stylish furnishings of the bedroom.
Gleaming white fittings complement the muted grey tones of the bathroom walls.
This second bedroom is probably one of the most cheerful areas of this Craftsman. Just look at that cute little tea set by the window!
No, this isn't deja vu: We've just stepped into the basement! Here, you will find a full-size kitchen, a bedroom and a family room.
A modern living area brings it all together to make anyone who stumbles in this subterranean retreat feel right at home.
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Modern amenities embellish this 1916 Craftsman home without detracting too much from its traditional conventions. Even with a vibrant coat of paint and shiny new fittings, the classic touches make an impression throughout this alluring abode.
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