There is some beautiful and ornate fretwork in this house! And how about that porch! The Purdom House was built in 1920. It is located on .6 acres in Murray, Kentucky. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house features original hardwood floors, fretwork, a beautiful staircase, french doors and gorgeous mantels. The home has an updated kitchen and bathrooms, one with a claw foot tub. There is updated electric and a new roof in 2009. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 3,053 square feet. $215,000
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From the Zillow listing:
In 1985 This Iconic Downtown Murray Home Was Added To The National Register Of Historic Places. Historically Known As The “purdom House” This Two Story Queen Anne Style Home Is Full Of Charm And History Spanning 101 Years. Outside Features A Wrap Around Porch With Iconic Columns, Curved Windows And A Beautiful Wood Front Door With Skylights. Inside You’ll Find The Original Hardwood Floors And Trim Throughout With Intricate Arched Carvings, French Doors, Tall Ceilings And So Much More. Central Hvac Was Added In 2007 When The Current Owners Moved In. Along With All New Wiring, Updated The Kitchen, Brick Tuckpointing On The Exterior And The Roof Was Replaced Down To The Decking In 2009. The Sky’s The Limit With This Piece Of Murray’s History!
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