Two-story brick Colonial Revival-style house, slate and rolled tin roof, three gable dormers, symmetrical three bay facade, central door built for I T Wilkinson in 1935. Charming, solid, elegant and well-maintained. Formal living room just off the foyer connected to sun room/office. Kitchen offers a view of outside living space. Beautiful formal dining room makes entertaining both elegant and easy. This home offers a master suite on the ground floor, 4 bedrooms and bath upstairs, unfinished 900 plus sq ft basement with rough bath and outside entrance. Large corner lot with mature landscaped lawn, 19×19 garage,open stone patio, pergola, gazebo, small(10×6) screened porch/mudroom and cobblestone drive. Rural town in Southern Virginia, convenient to South Hill, Blackstone. (New oil furnace for radiator heat. New electric hot water heater. Wood pellet stove)
Award winning restoration. This 1880’s classic Queen Anne has been meticulously restored to its original grandeur. The beveled entryway reveals a large foyer with crystal chandelier, original long leaf pine floors, intricate wainscoting, grand stairway and original floor tile proclaiming the name of the family that inhabited the home for over 130 years. The interior boasts 12 ft ceilings and transom doorways throughout the grandly proportioned rooms. Each room has been thoughtfully renovated to enhance the original features while creating a sense of history. Although all new, the feel of the Victorian era is conveyed in the period designer wallpaper in the parlor and sumptuous dining room, the bathrooms emulate those from the 20’s, while the kitchen embraces the feel of the 40’s or 50’s, while boasting new custom cabinets, high end stainless appliances, a center island, and granite counters. A separate breakfast room, modern master suite, and upstairs laundry room provide the amenities of a new home. The full walkup attic provides endless possibilities. A lush backyard and original carriage house complete the uniqueness of this rarely available historic property.
VICTORIAN BEAUTY. Located in the heart of Clarksville, from the 12 foot ceilings and decorative gas fireplaces to the grand entry hallway, this home is a treasure for the antique lover. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, formal living room, formal dining room, enclosed porches and lots of closet space. CH&A on the main level, space heat & window a/c on the upper level. Lots of attention to detail for the period with beautiful woodwork throughout. Freshly painted outside, newer roof, double carport, property goes from street to street with access from both Main St or Sevier St.
Beautiful building in downtown Constantine, MI. Retail space downstairs, apartment upstairs. My husband and I have moved out of country with our jobs and we can no longer restore this building with the attention it deserves. We have added a new furnace, re-wired electric, and a new hot water heater. I love this building and I want to see it go to someone who appreciates the history. It used to be Vail’s department store and the interior is absolutely beautiful. Hardwood floors remain in the store and original wooden shelving. 14ft ceilings in the store and the apartment above. I would love to speak with anyone interested about the many possibilities.
Lovely home with lots of character! This 2 bedrooms home has a formal dining room, laundry room, and enclosed side porch. Partially fenced-in yard, hot tub, carport, storage shed, and an older garage with access only from the yard inside the fence. Seller will not complete any repairs to the subject property, either lender or buyer requested. The property is sold in AS IS condition.
Remarkable 1889 Italianate you won’t believe! Gingerbread trim, ornate corbels, 3 car garage, & 5 acres (AG zoning) in Paw Paw schools! You’ve driven by & admired it for decades & always wondered if the inside was as pristine as the outside. It absolutely is! You will find lots of ORIGINAL here including distinctive trim, wide molding, thick baseboards, carved and richly adorned trim, wood flooring, beautiful pocket doors, some original artwork, etc… You will also be surprised how straight thefloors are! This is truly a one-of-a-kind & well-maintained home you must see to believe. There are a couple options that would work out if you needed a main-level bedroom suite. Natural gas is a nice surprise here too! This is special. Seller requested ONLY pre-approved buyers please. No exceptions.
Welcome to the Old Governor Plant House. David Plant Esq. built this Greek revival home as similar homes were being built to reinforce the nation’s aspirations to emulate ancient Greek democracies. Plant’s political career spanned local government as Stratford’s first Probate Judge, state government as a legislator, speaker of the house, lieutenant governor and federal government as a U.S. congressman. His daughter married Captain John Sterling and their son John became the lawyer for many of the Gilded Age barons including John D. Rockefeller. These relationships allowed John to amass a considerable fortune he then left to Yale making possible its law building, chemistry lab, science buildings, medical building and main library. He build Sterling House,which now serves as a community center, for his mother and sister, . The last Plant to reside in the home was Susan Plant Bunnell, widow of Dr. Frank Scott Bunnell, an educator who served as chairman of the Board of Education. This exquisite historic home pays homage to the lineage that resided within its walls. A welcoming foyer with curved balustrade, arched doorways and french doors to the screened porch invite all those in to experience gracious living from an era almost lost. The main level affords a great flow for entertaining and the upper level ample room for family and guests. Situated at the foot of Academy Hill and in the heart of the historic district, this home is waiting to inspire its next owner.
HISTORIC Mount Carmel United Methodist ChurchCIRCA 1883Building is 38 x 26988 Finished SFConcrete Patio 20 x 6. Plenty of parking on grass. Approx 7 acres (waiting to be confirmed) Zoning will be confirmed. Acreage, age, and zoning not in the tax records on line. Building had been a frame structure and then the exterior was bricked at some time. NO septic or well. Cemetery is on this property and will be maintained by the families/heirs. They will have access to the property for visitations. Building is in fair condition with some structural damage. GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO RE-PURPOSE THIS PROPERTY TO A WONDERFUL RESIDENCE.
Picturesque 10 acre farmette circa 1906. Sandstone stucco farm house with wood floors and built ins ready for your personal renovations. Valley bank barn in excellent condition, smoke house with the original fire place, and a tractor shed with workshop. Property currently being subdivided contingent upon final county approval.
The former Grace United Methodist Church is available for re-development opportunities. This beautiful 11,127 sq. ft. 1869 building is located in the heart of the central business district in a thriving college town and is a short walk away from Keene’s charming Main Street. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, this building has an elevator that accesses both floors, plus it offers a fully equipped kitchen. There is a lot you could do with this building that offers rich construction of yesteryear and is conveniently located near the center of a quaint community.
Historic Federal home built in 1816. Well maintained and ready to move in and enjoy. Period wood planked ceilings and wide plank heart-pine flooring. Spacious living and dining rooms, a downstairs bedroom and family room – all with fireplaces and 12′ ceilings. Five in total. Breezeway connects the kitchen with eating area and large mud room with laundry. Two bedrooms up with adjoining bath. The beautiful porches are ready for your rocking chair. Large flat yard with huge area for gardening. A must see. This one won’t last long.