Potential abounds in this sweet Graton Cottage, nestled toward the southern end of Edison Street, just a few short blocks from Willow Wood Cafe, Underwood, art galleries and more. Originally built circa 1914, she has gone through several changes over the years, but sports her charming Queen Anne-style fish-scale shingles at the gable ends and a cupola on top. Around the early 2000s, a garage storage building and carport were built next to the cottage by a local contractor. During that time central heat was added to the house, both ends of the attic finished out for storage, the roof and many windows were replaced, and the foundation reinforced. Sited on almost a quarter acre, the well-loved rear landscape offers many delights, an abundant Persimmon Tree, grapevines, Bartlett Pear, champion irises and more. Ready now for some tender loving care to bring out her best features and add modern functionality. Bring your elbow grease, make this little homestead glow, and reap the rewards.