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This 1854 2-story brick home was gutted in 1983 salvaging the wood floors and replacing all plumbing, electrical, foam insulation, plaster walls, mechanicals, many windows, etc. and restored to keep the historic charm. In 2002 it was added onto with a new eat-in kitchen & family room area w/brick floors and an upper 3/4 bathroom/laundry all with radiant, in-floor heat w/individual thermostats and stucco siding. There is central air throughout. The 2-5 car garage, with walk-up attic, was added in 2005 and is accessed via an alley. It has 10' ceilings, in-floor radiant heat, cement board siding, metal roof and its own 100 amp electrical service. Some of the special features include a bay window seat in the formal dining area & pocket doors; a 2nd kitchen w/pantry off the dining room which makes a great wet-bar area for parties (antique stove negotiable); two staircases; two claw-foot tubs; brick floors; secondary laundry hook-up on the main floor; and skylights in the kitchen and enclosed porch. The windows used in the kitchen and garage were salvaged from the AY McDonald factory to add unique character to this charming kitchen w/onyx counter tops and bar sink. The front porch was restored using black walnut and enjoys great views to Horseshoe Mound. The private yard has a patio area and lots of perennials. Furnace new: 2018. Square footage based on assessor's office building record. *Taxes include owner occupied and senior exemptions. (kb41)