In 1945 WWII was drawing to a close and the USA was poised for the great postwar building/baby boom. That's when this farmhouse style 2 story home was built by a what had to be a prominent local family. It likely at one time controlled a fair amount of land. Still sitting on a double 120' x 120' corner lot, this sprawling farmhouse was huge for it's time. Reminds me greatly of my grandmother Ollie Buck's house when I was growing up. Room for everyone and everything, from the huge attic all the way down to the old concrete block furnace room in the crawlspace. Cool, cool, cool. Respectable 600 square foot attached garage that I don't think any guy is going to complain about with enough separation where he can tinker without bothering anyone much. Has one overhead door, room for another or 2 if wanted. Left what I thought was practical, ready to reconfigure for your needs. Already has it's own woodstove! In 2009 a 480 sf family room addition added on the back with vaulted ceilings, and it's own woodstove. Roof on main house replaced just a few months ago, garage roof less than 10 years old. Fresh coat of exterior paint after the termite repairs just completed. Old garden space, cool stainless steel pond that needs a new pump but is intact. Lots of room for whatever way you want to go. This house and grounds has long been filled with love, laughter, music and flowers. It deserves to be again. The photos will tell you the rest of the story.
Listing Courtesy of: Temple Buchanan with DEL NORTE REALTY.
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