Fantastic 1902 Bungalow in the Museum Hill Historic District near the Wyeth-Tootle Mansion/Museum. This home offers lots of living space including a formal dining room and a formal living room with the original fireplace and built-ins. Beautiful hard wood floors, wood work and the little details like antique door knobs fill this home with so much charm. An enclosed porch overlooks the backyard and there is plenty of storage space with a large, clean basement and a detached one car garage. This is an opportunity to not only purchase a new home, but a piece of this town’s rich history.

Home originally built for Henry S Smith of Smith & Gow Real Estate.

Date Added: 6/30/22 at 5:00 am
Last Update: 11/20/22 at 6:30 pm

Interior

  • GeneralCeiling Fan(s)
  • RoomsEnclosed Porch, Family Room, Formal Living Room
  • LaundryIn Basement
  • BasementConcrete, Full
  • FlooringWood
  • A/Ctrue, Electric
  • HeatingNatural Gas
  • FireplaceLiving Room, Fireplace, Fireplaces: 1
  • AppliancesDishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Gas Range
  • Half Baths1

Exterior

  • ParkingDetached
  • GeneralGarage(s), Other
  • StyleCraftsman

Construction

  • RoofingComposition
  • General1.5 Stories
  • WindowsStorm Window(s)

Lot

  • Zoning06-3.0-08-004-004-046.000
  • FencingMetal

Utilities

  • WaterPublic
  • SewerCity/ Public

Financial

  • Sourcehmls, hmls
  • OwnershipPrivate

Location

  • Road/AccessPaved
  • HOA Amenities0.0, None

Schools

  • DistrictSt. Joseph School District
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