Two bedrooms in a Spanish Colonial Fairfax quadruplex for sale for $950,000

Here is a two-bedroom apartment in a charming Spanish Colonial fourplex next to Fairfax High School, a prime location to get first pick at the Melrose Flea Market every Sunday. Built in 1928, the building is dotted with period flourishes including tiles, wrought iron railings and stately wooden doors.

The unit that’s on the market is 1,347 square feet and contains two bathrooms, plus a “home office nook”, a dining area, and an in-unit washer and dryer.

Filled with gothic arches and wall nooks, it has also been modernized with contemporary kitchen and bathrooms, recessed lighting and engineered wood floors. The living room opens onto a long, narrow wooden balcony, and there is a shared community garden and patio.

It’s listed for $950,000, with HOA dues of $225 per month. The building is a joint rental.

Original tiles line a common staircase.

Gothic arches and wall nooks throughout.

Updates include recessed lighting and new wood floors.

The living room opens onto a long, narrow balcony.

Edward K. Thompson