This lovely Victorian home is bursting with charm and period features. Entry is through the backyard which is now fully fenced in to provide guests with privacy and peace of mind for their loved ones.
Entrance is into a hallway with a small downstairs half-bathroom to the right and the recently renovated kitchen to the left. Through the kitchen, the downstairs opens out to an open plan living room and dining area.
Next to the downstairs half bathroom, the vibrant red stairs take you up the second floor. To left is the first bedroom with a queen-sized bed and dresser. The recently renovated bathroom with vanity unit, tub/shower and toilet is at the top of the stairs.
To the right of the stairs is the second bedroom with another queen-sized bed, chest of drawers, Across the hall is a third bedroom with a queen-sized bed and a very cute chair and chest of drawers.
The backyard is fully fenced in and large enough for even the most energetic family to relax or play! A gas grill is provided together with bistro table/chairs and picnic table so you can enjoy that Al-fresco dining experience in the beautiful warm summer evenings.
The Old Schoolhouse - dating around 1880 - was actually moved to it's current site in 1943 by Monroe Burt for himself and his new wife Polly Phillips to live in.