Gorgeous Tudor style home in the Windom neighborhood with original woodwork and all the charm! Hard to find 5 bedroom home in a highly sought out area. Drink your morning coffee in the bright sun room off the kitchen and enjoy a nice summer evening in the 3-season porch on the front of the house. Downstairs is a great set up for roommate/tenant or multi-generational family, with 2 bedrooms (1 of which is non- conforming), full bathroom, living room and area for a kitchenette. Upper level is a spacious bedroom or separate living space with skylights and built in storage!
Listing courtesy of NORTHSTAR / eXp Realty
Last updated Jan 22, 2022
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MLS# 5704592 —
Asphalt,Age Over 8 Years
Full,Finished,Egress Window(s),Daylight/Lookout Windows
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