Welcome to the historic neighborhood of South East Lake. Planned in 1886 and incorporated in 1900, it originated as an area to sell home sites to the men who, in the late 1800's, came to work in Birmingham's steel industry. Built in 1925, this beautifully restored home is a fine example of the much sought-after Tudor Revival style. Walk up onto the front sitting porch and through the front door to enter the large, comfortable living room with refinished original hardwood floors that run throughout the home. You will find a formal dining room separated from the living area by French doors. Next is the kitchen with a side door to outside. Just off the kitchen you will enter a room currently being used as an office that sits adjacent to the back deck. There are two bedrooms and a full bath. An interior stairway leads to a daylight basement with a one-car garage and a bedroom with separate entrance. Outside, you will find an ample storage building, fenced yard and patio area.