Early historical brick home, dated pre 1857 (on map in library) and originally was a large manor home sitting on 114 acres. Historians suspect it was part of the underground railroad. Now sits on 1.5 acres on top of a slight hill. The attached 2 car garage was built in 2016 and the house has an additional oversized 1 car garage located in the back. The house boasts original chestnut trim with fancy hardware with original door knobs! The house was divided into 4 units in the 1930's and each unit has it's own utility meters, furnace, and hot water tank. The reason why rents are not listed is because the house is owned by the family and rented to family. 2 units downstairs and 2 units upstairs. The bottom 2 units were converted into 1 unit, so currently the house is being used as a 3 unit. Owner will convert the house back to a 4 unit if the new owner desires. The top 2 units are on a month to month, 1 bed unit pays $400 and the 2 bed unit pays $550, which are both VERY below market rent value. This house was restored by the owner and there is an immense amount of character in this house. Inquire about the property to set up your showing and learn more about this amazing historical house (not registered).
Listing courtesy of Century 21 HomeStar.
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