NoDa’s staple purple house at 704 East 36th street has been repainted white and listed for sale by Janus Real Estate.
The 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath home, a block from NoDa’s main drag and 3 blocks from the 36th Street Blue Line stop, was built in 1905 and completely gutted and redone in 2006.
Today, the .34-acre lot features an orchard, gardens in the front and back yards, greenhouse and a 36′ by 10′ covered front porch to kick back on.
Inside the sprawling 3,278-square-foot home, you’ll find a full kitchen with a 6 burner gas range, central island, a 2-tap draft beer kegerator, massive pantry and fireplaces throughout.
Other features include a deck, commercial-grade exhaust fan and hood, stand-up freezer, heated bathroom floors, solar panel and a greenhouse.
The single family home has been zoned as residential or commercial with an asking price of $799,900. See it in person at its two open house sessions: today, July 18, 5-8 p.m., and Saturday, July 21, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
John Lindsley of Janus Real Estate (704-906-1645) has the listing. Photos via listing.