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Arlington Heights Dutch Colonial with pool seeks $1.3M

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Lookin’ good for 109 years old

A photo of the house’s front walkway that ends at a short flight of stairs up to the porch and front door.
The house is fronted by a walkway and porch.
Photos by Charmaine David, courtesy of Emily Johnson/Sotheby’s international Realty

The Arlington Heights neighborhood, located north of the 10 Freeway from Jefferson Park, is a trove of turn-of-the-century homes, including this spectacular Dutch Colonial Revival residence.

Located in the Western Heights HPOZ, the home, which was built in 1910, contains both original features and sensitive updates to the kitchen and bathrooms.

Built-ins galore—including the bench seat in the entry and the cabinets and buffet in the dining room—and gorgeous wood details recall the home’s historic nature, while the contemporary kitchen with its white subway tile backsplash and butcher-block counters are firmly rooted in 2019.

The three-bedroom, three-bathroom house also has a modern backyard, with a large pool, paver patio area, and areas for outdoor dining and lounging.

2294 West 20th Street last sold in 2005 for $585,000. It’s now listed for $1.275 million with Emily Johnson of Sotheby’s International Realty.

A white room with a fireplace mantel and a row of three large windows.
Crown molding, coved ceilings, and lovely wood floors run throughout the house.
A room with coved ceilings, lots of wood, and a dining table in the center of the room.
The dining room’s built-in buffet and wonderful wood wainscotting tap into the turn-of-the-century glamour of the house.
A bedroom with a large bed and a door to an outdoor area.
All of the house’s three bedrooms are on the second floor.
A white kitchen with butcher-block counters and a white tile backsplash.
The updated kitchen blends with the rest of the house.
A pool with lounge chairs, sun umbrellas, and tall trees in the background.
The spacious backyard offers a pool, outdoor dining space, and room to lounge in the sun.