A open & screened porch seems to have command of the slow driving town road |
The goose takes flight in front of the new window that is a replica of the original window, but now energy efficient.
This classic foyer sets the stage to reveal a home of charm and quality.
The entertaining cookery station lead to the formal dining room.
The prep-kitchen 9 x 15, has room for all the gadgets one desires to produce those gourmet meals.
Recessed lighting and new windows are incorporated into this home without depreciating the historical attributes.
While being seamless to the sitting room, due to all the recessed appliance, its all here, full range, dishwasher, refrigerator, double sinks.
From the cookery station to the sitting room.
The stained glass door leads to the screened porch. This sitting room exudes comfort and is 17 x 24.
The library is recessed too, with gas log fireplace and wired for TV.
Formal dining room is 15 x 17, bright and charming.
All the windows where replaced with energy efficient windows, customized to be as the original in appearance.
The half bath under the stairwell on the 1st floor. There isn't one tiny section of this home that is'nt in excellent condition emanating with charm.
As it should be.
This photo is at the end of the landing, where the chair is for the family dog and the pillow says "Good Dog".
Guest bedroom is 17 x 17. The brown walls actually work well with the white trim and elongated windows.
This bath services the two of the three bedrooms on the 2nd floor.
The 17 x 17 Master bedroom with its oak floors has a passage door to the adjacent bedroom. Knock knock? Also has its own full bath.
Jazzui tub, sink and shower stall, is all new, yet still seems as though was always there.
The 3rd bedroom has chalkboard faux floors, enlongaged windows where the breezes flow easily. 9 x 15.
Landscaped ground and a fenced backyard.
The entrance to the property is from North St. and the exit to Chandler st. This graceful fence leads the way.
Attention to detail, i.e. fasica is painted the same forest green as the trim and door. For too many years the home was sided by aluminum siding, then this owner removed to reveal the original cedar siding and then freshly painted. While the home feels quite spacious, there is room for growth, for the full attic can easily be converted for more living space.