The 20-foot wide three-story home in the Art Museum area caught our eye because (besides the rear yard) with touches like wainscoting and a claw-foot porcelain tub, this looks like something you’d find in Kennebunkport, Maine. The five-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom $699,900 home at 836 N. 24th Street was restored with original architectural detail (the kitchen was recently renovated in 2009 with Thermador Professional and GE Profile stainless appliances, custom cabinetry and granite counters) and kept the original marble floor in the entry hall (the rest of the home has refinished hardwood floors). The second-floor master has a soapstone mantle and Vermont Castings gas stove (did we say Maine? We were close.) Prudential’s listing ends mentioning that the basement has a 400-bottle temperature-controlled wine cellar, confirming our thinking that this is a great price, home and location. —Caitlin Connors