This is a big house with over 5,000 square feet! That’s a large finished basement! The home was built in 1930. It is located on .78 acres in Kokomo, Indiana. The home features a large covered front porch, hardwood floors, crown moulding, arched entryways, french doors, wide baseboards and two sets of staircases. I’m not a fan of the tile in the foyer and would change that. The fully finished basement has a second kitchen. Six bedrooms, five bathrooms and 5,106 square feet. $424,900
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From the Zillow listing:
One of a kind Colonial Revival located in the highly sought after Forest Park neighborhood just west of historic downtown Kokomo! Built in 1930, this house has been remodeled and updated from top to bottom. From the moment you cross the magnificent portico entry, you will be amazed by the grand main stairway, large family room, library, and dining room. You will then proceed to the back of the main floor into the updated modern kitchen with lighted display cabinet, s/s appliances, including double ovens, lots of cabinet space, with attached office space and sunroom. There are 2 staircases leading upstairs where you will find all 6 bedrooms, including a large master suite with an embossed ceiling, fireplace, and new walk-in shower. All the bathrooms have been remodeled and/or updated since 2017. The basement was fully remodeled in 2019 and offers a second kitchen, laundry room, large home theatre area, and additional storage. There are historic hardwood floors throughout, which were sanded and restained in 2017. Newer carpet, fresh paint, newer windows, 3 working fireplaces, newer wainscoting throughout, huge, finished attic that spans the length of the house, 2 gas heat sources, hot water heat and forced air, central air, circle drive, 2 car garage, 2 large sheds, and new roof in 2016. Outside offers .78 acres, a new fence, new concrete walkway and patio, large working fireplace, and a pond with a waterfall feature! Words do not describe this stunning home so come take a look!
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