||New Exterior Paint
|Vintage Pine Floors
||Central Heat and Air
|Stained Glass Windows
||Master Suite with Walk-In Closet
|Black Granite Countertops
||Patio with Limestone Walls
|Shiplap and Tin Ceilings
||Half Block to Downtown
The attention to details is the first thing you’ll notice about this beautiful Victorian home starting with the oversized turned porch posts. The welcoming covered porch sits above street level giving you a great view down to Spring Street and all the happenings going on downtown.
The front door opens into a formal dining room with a bank of windows overlooking the gardens. Natural light floods into the room and onto the vintage pine floors. A Victorian metal light fixture with glass globes hangs from a stunning tin ceiling. Heart pine floors extend into the adjoin living room with more great windows. The kitchen is well designed and conveniently located for entertaining in these two large rooms. The white cabinets capped with black granite countertops create a sophisticated look and there’s plenty of storage space including a pantry. There’s also a built-in cabinet with open shelving for displaying your favorite objects and cookbooks. The main floor bath has a beautiful black vanity with a black granite countertop and the floors are black and white tiles with a black border. The spacious main floor bedroom has a door with a stained glass accent window that goes out to the side patio. There’s a large double closet with sliding doors offering lots of storage.
Upstairs is a nice office or library room with more vintage pine floors, a shiplap ceiling and a private balcony. The remainder of the upstairs space is dedicated to the master suite which has a wonderful area for sitting and a step down to a king bed. A bank of windows overlooks the gardens and gives the room a treehouse feel. Stained glass accents the large windows and another large stained glass window provides privacy. The master bathroom is a spa in itself with vaulted ceilings, stained glass windows, black-and-white tile floors and tub surround, and a large walk-in closet.
The yard has been carefully landscaped for little maintenance and the concrete patios and walkways have been stamped to resemble limestone. The native stone walls around the back of the home were built by local craftsman and were thoughtfully designed and built. There is a concrete parking pad in back of the house off Mountain Street with a back entrance into the home. You’ll enjoy the short walk to downtown shopping and dining.
For more information, call Mark Mattmiller at 9479) 981-0513.