Historic House Listings

Italianate in Indiana. Check out the interior details! The Kizer-Marsh House, Circa 1870. $275,000

February 21, 2021

This was a fun one to look at! So many interesting details! The Kizer-Marsh house was built in 1870. It is located on .19 acres in Winchester, Indiana. The home features original hardwood floors, amazing light fixtures, solid wood doors, great windows, and a custom made staircase to the top of the tower. I love the kitchen stove in this house. The home has nice curb appeal and pretty landscaping. Nice home to entertain at! Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,338 square feet. $275,000

Contact Jon Kindred with F. C. Tucker/Crossroads Real Estate

From the Zillow listing:


c. 1870 Welcome to the Kizer-Marsh home. This Italian Villa features the same intricate exterior details as the day it was built. No expense was spared in creating and preserving this work of art. As you step inside the front door, you will immediately notice the high ceilings, hardwood floors, C.F.A. Voysey wallpaper, and intricate wood work throughout. The living room features an original Eastlake fireplace, hand painted ceiling, and carved carpets. The spa area of the home could offer an exceptional business opportunity: property is zoned C-2 and is currently being used a residential property as well. The spacious master bedroom is located on the main level and features a tin ceiling and direct access to the porch. The master bath features mosaic tiles, honey onyx sink, and high tank toilet. Upstairs, you will find a kitchen, family room, and 2 bedrooms. The washroom features an iron tub, intricate tile inlays, and a basket weave tile floor. A custom wooden staircase leads to the top of the campanile overlooking downtown Winchester. Step outside to the entertaining space with custom fountain, gas fire ring, and utilities already laid for creating an outdoor kitchen. Electrical, plumbing, and HVAC have all been completely updated within the past 10 years. A complete genealogy of the home has been carefully preserved and will be passed on to the next steward.


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