Nestled on a tree-lined 6,450sf corner lot in the coveted Shoal Crest neighborhood and tracking to highly-acclaimed Bryker Woods Elementary, this charming Craftsman-style home with preserved historic detail offers a little slice of zen in the heart of the city. Built in 1921 with dedicated off-street parking, this 1,574sf bungalow offers the primary bedroom, and full and half bathrooms on the main floor. Two converted attic spaces with lower ceilings are currently used as guest accommodations/flex space, but could also serve as a bonus room/playroom. Current office or 2nd living area on first floor could be easily converted to 3rd bedroom. Perfect for entertaining, the home has a fully-fenced private backyard complete with tranquility pond and new decking, a front-covered porch with swing, an outdoor rock garden sitting area, and fresh exterior paint. Located on the 2800 block of Pearl Street, this pocket is unique for a university-area neighborhood in that 8 out of the 12 homes have been owner-occupied for decades. Walk to Breed & Company, Counter Café, Wheatsville, JuiceLand, Via313, and so much more. Outdoor urban living & recreation couldn’t be any easier with Shoal Creek Trail (3 blocks), Caswell Tennis Center (4 blocks), and both Pease Park and Ladybird Lake well within a jog. Shown by appointment only.