Historic House Listings

Sold. $89,000! Circa, 1900 in Illinois. Not bad!!

May 28, 2018

For $89,000 this seems like a great deal! Built in 1900 in Danville, Illinois. Great woodwork! Owners say the neighbors are all great and they love to help each other restore and preserve their historic homes. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,380 square feet. $89,000

From the Zillow listing:

 

Stately 2 story home with breathtaking original woodwork throughout! This 4 bedroom home also features gorgeous built-in cabinets next to the dramatic fireplace, an eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, living room, family room, laundry room, full basement, large walk-in attic, sun room with brick paver flooring, humongous front porch, attractively designed radiator covers and hardwood under carpet. If there is not enough storage in the house for you then you have plenty of storage in the two 2-car garages, both with attics! A gardener’s paradise with park-like flower gardens and garden building with work table and MORE storage. Relaxing large front porch and back yard patio. Newer boiler, the model is the best on the market, so the house has extremely low heating cost for the square feet. Inviting beautiful yard with healthy mature trees! Come take a look!
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What I love about the home
Love the location! Located conveniently on Vermilion, but with a very secluded and quiet back yard! Many flower beds, vegetable gardens, and still plenty of green space! House has BEAUTIFUL woodwork throughout, large kitchen, and very spacious living and dining area for hosting with grand ceilings. The house has been carefully preserved to embody the orignality and features, while updated conveniences are not a shortage. Attic is unfinished but could easily be transformed to 2 additional rooms as there is a dedicated stair case leading to it. Neighbors are exceptional people who love to help each other restore and preserve their historic homes. Must see house with ample square feet that could easily be finished to whatever you want!

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