House Crazy Sarah loves a good Craftsman bungalow! But this 1922 sweetheart departs from the traditional dark, heavy Arts & Crafts style.
The blue siding with yellow front door are not typical Craftsman colors, but hey, this is Tampa after all, so we’ll embrace it.
Inside, the original trim and fireplace have been painted white (a sin in the Craftsman purist world!) but again, this is sunny Florida, so we’ll allow it.
It’s nice to see some pops of color inside too, BUT, House Crazy Sarah is disappointed with the grey wall paint. She is sooooo tired of this unending grey paint trend. A nice turquoise would be more fitting for the Florida locale, don’t you think?
But she digresses (always!).
This is still a really cool little 1922 Craftsman bungalow.
Look at all those windows!
The kitchen has been tastefully remodeled…
The lone bathroom is remodeled as well but in a period appropriate manner:
Is that not the most gorgeous shower curtain ever?
This home is only 979 square feet, but it has three good-sized bedrooms…
Each of the bedrooms is flooded with light from multiple windows.
The third bedroom has French doors to the backyard:
Price for this adorable cottage?
But it is located on a dead-end street in a quiet area of Tampa’s historic Seminole Heights neighborhood… and it has that gorgeous peacock shower curtain – so it must be worth it!