The Eidman-Nunn house at 1414 College was originally built in the late-Victorian style around 1891. In 1917 builder M. L. Langford modernized the house, transforming it to the Craftsman style that is seen today. The home underwent extensive renovation in 2018 to create the showplace it is today. Enter the first floor from the expansive front porch into the hall onto original hardwood floors. The spacious primary suite is to your left. Built-in armoirs, a bead-board ceiling, and a sleek ensuite bath are a few of the features you will find. The family room to the right of the hall is anchored by a gas log fireplace. Plantation shutters dress the windows throughout the home. 2 arched openings lead you into the dining room large enough to accommodate a harvest table. Open to the thoughtfully designed kitchen with a huge island, entertaining guests will be a breeze. A half bath and laundry room are off the kitchen as well as the entrance to the attached 2 car garage. Admire the beautiful banister as you ascend to the 2nd floor where you will find 2 generous sized bedrooms and a family room with built-in bookcases. This room has a closet and could be used as a very large 4th bedroom. A bath with double vanities and a tub/shower combo serve this floor. Set on a half acre corner lot with mature trees there is plenty of room to add a pool. This home will be featured on the 2022 Preservation Society home tour. Offered at 1,250,000
|Address:||1414 College St.|
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