Welcome to 115 Baldwin Crescent in Brevoort Park, Saskatoon. This Keith built mid-century bungalow is an exceptionally rare and popular architectural style. Characterized by post and beam construction, large glass windows, and open spaces, this classic aesthetic will always be indistinguishable from contemporary design. This home imparts a mostly preserved and original interior, but has endured some updates in recent years such as newer windows, exterior siding, and roof. The main floor of the home offers a stunning open living area, eat-in kitchen, and three bedrooms. It also includes a large master retreat with its own ensuite bathroom. Downstairs you’ll find a broad and open living area with a vintage wet bar. The laundry/utility area offers a good amount of cabinetry, and storage under the stairs. There’s a bathroom, a bedroom, and two other storage areas including a cold room and a closet area (perfect for seasonal outerwear). The yard is fully fenced and hosts both a deck and patio space to spend the summer months. An attached garage provides a direct entry to the home; a lovely convenience in the current climate. This Brevoort Park location is conducive to easy access to arterial roads and amenities. There are multiple schools in the area, bus routes, park space, and a brief commute to the University of Saskatchewan.