All Brick 2.5 Story Beauty With Incredible Local History. This Home Was Built Around 1911 By James E. Cox, The Secretary Of The R.L. Mcdonald Mfg.,Co. In 1915 It Was Purchased By William And Lena Albrecht. William Was Manager And Later President Of Western Tablet (Westab; Later Purchased By Mead Co.) He And Lena Lived At This Location Until They Built The House At 2818 Frederick Ave. In 1935; Known Now As The The Albrecht-Kemper Art Museum. 2507 Francis Still Has Two Original Murphy Beds, Pocket Door In Dining Room, A Side Wrap Porch, Carriage House Garage And All 4 Floors Have Beautifully Finished Square Footage. The Kitchen Has Granite Counters With A Stainless Stove And Great Laundry Area, An Inviting Large Patio Off Of The Kitchen/Porch. Five Bedrooms And Three Baths.

Date Added: 5/15/22 at 12:15 am
Last Update: 5/15/22 at 4:35 am

Interior

  • GeneralCeiling Fan(s)
  • AppliancesDishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Gas Range, Stainless Steel Appliance(s)
  • BasementFinished, Full, Inside Entrance
  • A/CAttic Fan, Window Unit(s)
  • HeatingHot Water, Steam
  • FireplaceBasement, Electric, Great Room, Master Bedroom, Wood Burning
  • Half Baths2
  • Quarter Baths2

Exterior

  • GeneralBrick, Patio, Porch
  • StyleTraditional
  • ParkingDetached
  • Other StructuresOther

Construction

  • RoofingComposition

Location

  • HOAYes
  • HOA AmenitiesNone

Utilities

  • WaterPublic
  • SewerCity/ Public

Lot

  • FencingPartial, Wood

Schools

  • DistrictSt. Joseph School District
  • ElementaryEdison
  • HighCentral
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