- 3,316sq ft
First-time offered for this exceptional example of Greek Revival architecture in the City of Norwich. Well known in the city with original post and beam construction circa 1837 with a wood frame addition in the 1920s, this home features: front & rear staircases, four large bedrooms with two full and one half-bath. Oak hardwood and wide plank floors, one wood-burning and one-natural gas insert fireplace. French doors, grand foyer with staircase on first leading to a large, upstairs foyer. Built-in curio cabinets, walls of pantry space in ceramic-floored kitchen. First floor laundry. Walk-in closets. Three porches, patio and plenty of parking for 15+ vehicles. Large, 350'+ square foot unfinished walk-up attic and 1300+ square foot unfinished basement with one garage bay. Wraparound driveway. Former 900 square foot doctor's office makes a perfect on-site office away from home or income property. The .85 acre parcel has mature butternut and crab apple trees, rhododendrons, with strawberry and blackberry bushes. The residence offers a wealth of flexibility for the new owner. The residence is eligible for a federal & NYS Historic Preservation Tax Credit Programs for 20% tax credit of renovation expenses. The Seller is providing a one-year home warranty of the appliances and mechanicals to the buyer at no charge.
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Last Updated 03/20/2018 at 10:15pm