When this house was built in 1877, it only had one room. At some point, it was enlarged into a 900 sft. “shotgun house”, so called because you could shoot a shotgun through the front door and the bullet would come right out the back door. When the current owners bought it a few years ago, they remodeled it top to bottom, adding a living space in the back and a second floor. They also opened up the ceiling in the master bedroom and created a guest suite upstairs overlooking the living room. During the renovation, they found part of a brick road under the basement floor that had run through the property in the distant past. The many windows, cool, calm colors and uncluttered decorating make this small home feel welcoming, soothing and extremely livable.