After being loved by the same owners for 50 years, this 1954 Traditional is ready for its next chapter. A lattice lined front porch and cozy porch swing amp up the curb appeal and welcome you into the perfect balance of kitsch and potential. Built-in shelving and cabinetry throughout much of the home offers quaint space for storage or displaying your books and tchotchkes. In the living room, the decorative corner-set brick fireplace includes built-in bench seating, and the pass-through to the eat-in kitchen would make the cutest breakfast bar. The vintage kitchen features a soft color palette, original cabinetry, and abundant storage for your Grandma-core dreams of making and stashing your own pickles, jams, and sauces. At over 400 sf, the home’s generous family room will become your hangout hub. From its exposed beams and skylight to its French doors that lead out to a covered patio, this space gives the home an entertainer’s flow. This warm and spacious home sits on a corner lot that spans nearly 9000 sf. The property includes an attached two-car garage, a large, flat back yard, and rumor has it there’s even a hidden bomb shelter- the ultimate time capsule. 604 Georgia St is just down the street from the University of Redlands, and it’s a stone’s throw from Laramie Park and dirtbag coffee & leather.