530 E. Jackson Street
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 and PEX type plumbing, central heating and air conditioning, main electric service panel, and roof. A beautiful new kitchen was also installed as well refinished hardwood floors and fresh paint throughout. In 2011, an addition of 215 square feet was added to the garage and the single car garage constructed in 1930 was converted into a studio. The result is a 1,625 square foot main home with a 308 square foot studio and a 371 square foot two car garage with access to both Jackson Street and Thompson Drive. Seemingly unique to homes of this age, the floor plan has been unchanged. The formal entry opens into the formal living room, dining room, and central hallway. The living room includes leaded glass built-in cabinets, large original windows with a fireplace set in between, and a French door to the side courtyard. The dining room offers a built-in buffet with cabinets on both sides and windows that
showcase the mature landscaping of the front yard. The highlight of the home is the recently remodeled kitchen. Thoughtfully designed and masterly crafted, the space is era specific and beautifully done. Off the central hallway are the three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Each room is nicely sized with the master having its own bathroom.
The detached studio has its own entrance off Thompson Drive and has a bathroom, wood floors, and its own mini split air conditioning/heating system. The space is currently being used as a salon but would make a perfect home office or just an extension of the main home.
Both the front and rear yards have been professionally landscaped and maintained with plants, shrubs, a
grassy area, and large trees. The rear yard also features a sitting area adjacent to the studio that is the perfect place to enjoy the beauty of the area. 530 E. Jackson Street is truly one of a kind home for a very fortunate buyer.
Sold for $1,015,000