This is the Historic McNulty House built in 1897 with all the charm and character still there. Start with the covered porch entry to a spacious entry hall opening to rooms for multiple uses. Two formal rooms are separated by double old tall hardwood pocket doors. High ceilings with period features, wooden doors with transom windows on top, wooden wainscoting, double pocket door, built in gas fireplace, some original windows. Home has been upgraded with vinyl windows where appropriate, hardwood flooring, upgraded wiring and electrical service, remodeled kitchen with marble counter, gas range w/ microwave, and forced air gas furnace less than a year old. There is a full bath with shower downstairs. Two bedrooms off the entry hallway and a third past the kitchen with a separate entrance. Stairway to another bedroom and bathroom with a shower and dressing area. There is an entry to the attic with high ceilings and lots of room for storage. You have the possibility for four bedrooms, or consider working from home with using room(s) for your office / business. This is a large corner lot fully landscaped with an old detached single garage. Off street parking as well as on. There is a 330 sq.ft. conservatory (green house) with walls of windows, skylights with concrete patio and wooden decking in the rear yard with power and water... what a place to relax in all kinds of weather. One of the few old beautiful buildings in Crescent City to survive fires and tsunamis. Let your imagination take you back in time and then to the future for your desired use: raise a family... run an office or business. C1 zoning (commercial) opens lots of possibilities. You don't have to move off your front porch to watch the parades; and you can see all the fireworks (and sunsets) from the upstairs bedroom window. Video tour https://youtu.be/XNi6j5A9OLQ
Listing Courtesy of: David Finigan with FINIGAN REAL ESTATE. CELL: 707-954-0232
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