Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, 1011 Homer stands as a two-story colonial revival residence erected in the 1930s for David Scanlon Jr. This well-preserved 1930s gem retains its authentic charm, featuring a comfortable living room with built-in bookshelves and a working fireplace, and multiple outdoor living spaces, including a screened porch and outdoor decks, providing an ideal setting for relaxation and boasts abundant entertaining options. The home underwent a meticulous 2017 exterior restoration project, including the installation of a new metal roof and custom gutters, expert repair of clapboard siding, replacement of missing millwork, and the creation and installation of bespoke shutters, accompanied by a newly added masonry walkway. In 2020, attention turned to the restoration of the expansive 1st-floor windows to ensure their operational functionality. The property encompasses a full attic, basement, and a garage with loft storage. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the presence of a carefully designed pollinator garden, crafted to attract the special creatures of this world.