Neighborhood: 316 - Mtn. City/johnson County, Not In Subdivision
Seldom does a Victorian home like this come on the market. Built in 1900, the owners have continued to upgrade and renovate, including new electrical wiring, plumbing including new sewer lines to street, new roof, the addition of a first-level master bedroom and bath with a walk-in closet. A two-car garage and a covered porch were added in the back, two heat pumps, new plaster, custom-built cabinets in the dining room and kitchen, a new stove (never used) in the kitchen and either crystal or period chandeliers in most rooms. Original hardwood firs throughout the home are in pristine condition. The second level features four bedrooms plus a sitting room between two. A level backyard is partially shaded by a magnificent 300-year-old red oak tree. The covered wraparound porch in the front of the house is perfect for leisure, relaxing or afternoon tea. If you want to live on a well-maintained historic street in a small town between Abingdon, Virginia, and the mountains/ski slopes of western North Carolina, you need to see this one.
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