South Capitol Classic. This baby is rough around the edges, but the right vision and investment will rejuvenate this Grande Dame. Approx. 1800 sf in the main house, and around 600 sf in an attached Casita, the property is .25 acres on arguably one of the most fashionable addresses in South Capitol. Description: According to the County, the home was built in 1937 with a one car garage. Decades ago, the garage was converted and expanded to create the Casita. A detached 2 car garage was built at the same time. Another decade or two later, the original kitchen in the home was converted to a combination bath and laundry room. A new, larger kitchen was created on the original rear portal. Territorial style architecture with brick coping, white washed exterior stucco, hard wood floors, original single pane, divided light windows, coved vigas in the living room, nichos, a centered fireplace in the living room with built in shelves and mantel. Floor furnace, wall units and baseboard heating. Entirely walled, the grounds boast raised moss rock beds, towering ponderosas and a drip irrigation system.History: It was stated when these owners purchased in 1983, that 'the house was built by a protege of John Gaw Meem'. I have not been able to verify this. The property lies outside the Don Gaspar Historic District. (Verification of the properties 'historic or contributing attributes' is up to the prospective Buyer).