The landmark Kettering home built in 1884. This masterpiece of Italianate architecture is triple brick, made and fired on the original location. Interior woodwork is Black Walnut and irreplaceable Chestnut. Winner of the Canton Preservation Award for Preservation, the home was moved to its present location from Wales and Fulton in 1988. At that time, home was set on a new 12-course basement. Seller has invested more than $110,000 in recent upgrades (2022) including a new roof with new wood framing, waterproof underlayment, enhanced joist supports, all new aluminum soffits and new aluminum oversized gutter system, new furnace, new wood floors in kitchen and dining room, 2 car garage with cupola, driveway. Original cookhouse, built with Chestnut, was moved with home and would be an ideal garden room or studio. Utilities are low since the home has free gas. You're located across from the top-rated Jackson High School and next to a lighted walking path and Jackson Park. Within a tenth of a mile is the Jackson Y, medical facility, library, fire station, grocery shopping and restaurants. PLEASE SEE ATTACHED VISUAL TOUR and call for your own showing of this one-of-a-kind home in an ideal location.
Listing Courtesy of: Charlyn Bridges, email@example.com With Howard Hanna
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