Home is on the National Historic Register. Built-in 1802 by Return Jonathan Meigs. Also referred to as the Governor's House. The home demonstrates many of the features of the Federal style. The symmetrical placement of the windows topped by double keystone lintels, the string course separating the first floor from the second & the four chimneys all highlight this classic home. Elevated out of flood plain house stands on 3 city lots with a circular drive. Lots go all the way to the alley. The ballroom fireplace mantle came from England in 1700 & brought her on a covered wagon. The home has a full walk-out basement & two entrances. Great care has been taken to maintain the historic character of this pre-war architecture & integrity of the design. Beautifully & carefully restored, fully modernized from 2006 to the present, but in keeping with the home's historical value. The home is brick & cedar. The gracious side porch is 12x36. Cellar under the porch. Walk up attic has a partially finished room w/ a half bath. Washer & dryer hookups on the 2nd floor & in the basement. 2 cedar closets, 3 large walk-in closets. Hook-ups for hoses on all 4 sides of the home. It has only been owned by 6 owners in its 221-year life. Elegant center hall w/ generously proportioned rooms. Authentic deep moldings & high ceilings are a hallmark of quality craftsmanship. Custom blinds and drapes. The home is zoned C-3. AirBnb or Bed and Breakfast allowed. The owner is OLREA. Pre-qualified buyers only!
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