1910 – Carlisle, KY – $169,000

For Sale
Added to OHD on 7/17/17 - Last OHD Update: 7/17/17
Details
$169,000
  • Beds: 4
  • Baths: 2
  • Sqft: 3562
  • Acres: 2.15
Address
220 Sycamore St, Carlisle, KY 40311 Map: Street View
Description
  • This lovely 2 story 4 bedroom, 2 bath home built in 1910 situated on a 2+ acre lot boasts many impressive architectural features inside & out. Main level offers the kitchen, master bedroom, formal living & dining rooms, large family room, and entry foyer w/ a beautiful staircase accented by a gorgeous carved baluster. Other amenities include access to 3 covered porches & 3 fireplaces. Upstairs features 3 more bedrooms & foyer w/ hardwood floors, full bath, bonus room, & 2 fireplaces. Rooms are accented by wide baseboards w/ plinth block and large casings w/ rosettes. Partial unfinished basement w/ poured concrete floors. Detailed architectural elements continue outside w/ dentil molding, ionic column capitals, decorative cornice brackets, and carved moldings. Large lot contains a 2 car detached garage, 2 outbuildings, and a 36' x 20' pole barn.
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9 Comments on 1910 – Carlisle, KY – $169,000

  1. I believe the 1910 build date comes from a big remodel of an older home. You can see the older part in the middle of the structure, from the exterior the part with the steep roof. And at least one of the fireplaces looks much older than 1910.

  2. Nathan (45 comments) - 07/17/2017 at 5:27 pm //

    Could this house be older? The window pediments and marble fireplaces are screaming 1870s-80s, as does the dramatic peaked gable at the side. Or just an architect lagging behind the times?

  3. CharlestonJohn (530 comments) - 07/17/2017 at 5:54 pm //

    Well here’s what the mention on the NRHP registration for the Carlisle Historic District has to say about it.

    220 Sycamore (1886-97) This
    two-story frame, hipped with lower gables Queen Anne home
    retains its integrity. A wood and glass door and a
    double-hung sash window are evenly spaced on the first
    story. A hipped-roofed, frame porch extends the length of
    the house. A central gable-front dormer is fitted with
    paired double-hung sash windows. A one-story bay window on
    the north facade is visible from the main elevation. Dentils
    ornament the roofline, and an interior chimney punctures the
    roof.

  4. LouB (84 comments) - 07/18/2017 at 1:14 pm //

    It wasn’t uncommon for houses to be ruined by fires.
    It’s possible that some of the adornments here were salvaged from such a thing.

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