Amazing craftsmanship can be seen throughout this hidden gem that was originally constructed as a single story in 1893 along historic Brockton Ave and moved to the end of this quiet cul-de-sac on Highland Place in 1912. All the character and charm you would expect of a home from this era with the rare added bonus of an oversized two car detached garage. Nearly 3,000 square foot homes are seldom available in this popular Wood Streets neighborhood. Mature trees shade the front porch complete with romantic swing. Gleaming wood floors (both the original pine and oak), high ceilings, intricate original details throughout including door hardware and light fixtures. Updated plumbing and electrical. Two bedrooms (one currently used as office with separate exit) and one bathroom on the main floor. Large formal entry, living, and dining rooms makes this charming home ideal for large scale entertaining. Upstairs master suite with attached bathroom, large walk-in closet that could be fourth bedroom, additional loft/upstairs family room and stunning balcony off the retreat area of the master with panoramic views. Large kitchen with center island, walk-in pantry, and separate service porch with laundry area. Rear porch is screened in and the perfect space for year round entertaining. The original detail of fish scale shingles, gingerbread/scrollwork, and columns make this home from the late 1800s one of the best potential "Painted Ladies" in the entire city.
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Listing Courtesy ofWINDERMERE R.E. TOWER PROP.