This beautiful four bedroom, four bath Queen Anne-style home was built in 1904 and features three fireplaces, three bay windows, 12’ foot ceilings, original pine floors and millwork.
Unfortunately, most of these historic features were obscured when the home was divided into four apartments some time in the 1970s. Vertical siding was placed over the original combination wood siding and shingle exterior, porches were enclosed, and random entrances were added.
The building was in dire shape when a previous homeowner embraced the hard work of restoring the house as single-family home. The enclosed two-story front porch was reopened, and a sensitive restoration ensued to rediscover its historic features. In 2010, the home won the 2010 Historical Preservation Award Restoration.