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Listed by Thom Dahlin of Berkley & Veller Greenwood Country
This Four Square home on a double lot has been lovingly renovated by the current artist owner. He is only the second owner since 1914 when the house was built. This “kit house” was shipped to town by train and assembled on site, resulting in a house with strong bones and great bearing. Today it retains all of the charm of that period along with 21st century updates (electricity, plumbing, heating, water filtration system). Wallpaper and paneling have all been removed and renovated plaster walls are tastefully painted with warm earth tones. The spacious covered front porch is where you can spend a sunny summer day reading a good book. Inside you'll notice the woodwork and beautiful, refinished birch floors. The dining room has an original built-in china cabinet with drawers, both practical and beautiful. The spacious kitchen has excellent lighting, modern countertops, a fashionable, midcentury cooktop and double wall oven, along with a large pantry with plenty shelving. The walk-out basement is sunny and bone dry. The spacious attic has potential for more finished space. The shaded back yard looks onto a forest of cherry and maple. This is a MUST see property!

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