This is our house. Enjoy the pictures! More will come soon.
Classic Victorian house with wrap-around porch, built circa 1889. Stained glass windows throughout. Has been zoned for a Bed & Breakfast. On large lot.
Large Entry Hall, Dining Room, Living Room, and Kitchen. Three fire places (all connected for gas). Large pantry with custom shelves. Convenient laundry located on second floor.
Half-bath on 1st floor, full baths on 2nd and 3rd floors. 5 bedrooms on second floor (5th bedroom would make a nice large master suite closet). 1 bedroom on 3rd floor (with large walk-in closet). Large work room attached at back of house.
New wiring throughout, and 200-amp circuit-breaker box and independent 100-amp circuit breaker box in the garage. New plumbing. Water softener. Hot water heat (silent & effective) with newer gas boiler.
NEW, beautiful and large two-car garage, with over 400 sq foot heated and air-conditioned space above!
Walking distance to the Richmond Square, post office, banks, restaurant, drug store, hardware stores, churches, library, theater and more!
-- PICTURES --
Our house. This picture is a few years old (we hadn't
painted the peak of the house yet in this photo)
A view of our house from the northeast corner. We have landscaped the north side, so it looks different than the picture. The add-on room at the back of the house has been removed, and a large patio and a 2-car detached garage built. Notice the 3 stained-glass windows on the staircase. Also notice the 'eyebrow' stained-glass window in the attic.
Here is our front hall, and a closer view of the fireplace.
My 5-year old took the fireplace photo :)
Another image taken in the front hall. This one is looking out the large picture window to the front. Notice the original stained glass.
More stained-glass. The oval one is in an upstairs
Here is our remodeled kitchen. There is a lot of
cabinet space (and a huge pantry hiding beyond the refrigerator). This
photo was taken before we installed the over-the-range microwave oven.
A view of our the red-bud tree and our back yard, taken from
the back door.
This is a scan of a postcard of our house. The postcard
was taken before 1920.
We bought the postcard on eBay!
Here is a girl standing behind our house. This picture
was taken around 1910(?). We scanned this image from the photo album of an
elderly lady who lived in the house behind us for many years.
Click here for a house plan of the three floors.