A 1930s home in Petaluma’s historic Oakhill Brewster neighborhood has hit the market for $849,000.
The two-bedroom, one-bath bungalow at 591 Kent St. features signature design elements of the early 1900s — arched doorways, original oak floors, rubbed bronze fixtures. Walls in warm hues and pared down styling create a sense of spaciousness in the 1,017-square-foot dwelling. The simplicity allows the architectural details to shine, while modern light fixtures accentuate the vintage backdrop.
A detached office space features reclaimed barn-wood floors, custom cabinets and a Murphy bed. The surrounding yard has pavers, Meyer lemon trees, olive trees, a front arbor and a new backyard fence. Click through the above gallery for a peek inside the home.
For more information, contact listing agent Rob Sullivan with Vanguard Properties, 707-772-9171, 591kent.com