Historic House Listings

Porch goals! Circa 1920 in Indiana. $159,900

October 9, 2023

This house has a great porch! The interior isn’t bad. This home was built in 1920. It is located in Muncie, Indiana. The home features a large wrap around porch, hardwood floors, baseboards, arched entryways and a large back deck. The home has a new roof. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,006 square feet. $169,900 New price: $159,900

Contact Seth Stanley with NextHome Elite Real Estate: 765-749-5817

From the Zillow listing:


Beautiful 2 story home with wrap around front porch sitting on a corner lot. Walk inside to a spacious living room with original wood trim and high ceilings. The large windows draw in natural light that accent a beautiful fireplace converted to gas log. The back of home features an open kitchen and dining room with brick wall accents and updated lighting. The updated main floor bath features an oval soaking bathtub. Main floor laundry, pantry space, and a mud room round out the main level. Make your way up the stairs to 4 spacious bedrooms each with original hardwood floors. The upstairs bath was recently updated with new flooring, standup shower, and vanity. Home has a full basement that is partially finished perfect for a second living space or gaming room. Basement also offers a storage room, closet, shop area, and an old bathroom. Now head back up and out through the newer patio door to the deck and relax under the sun screen. The back yard is fully fenced with a wood privacy fence providing plenty of yard for entertaining. The property has two parking areas, one at the back of the home off the alley and another in the front off the road. Updates to include: 2021 – High Efficiency Gas Furnace and Gas water heater. 2019 – New water line from house to meter and partial privacy fence. 2018 – New roof, windows and exterior doors, interior barn doors, fully updated kitchen and both bathrooms, appliances, and lighting. Conveniently located with quick access to State Roads 67 and 32, Ball State University, IU Ball Memorial Hospital, shopping, and restaurants. Thomas Park is less than one block away which is currently building a water splash pad.



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