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This home is estimated to be built circa 1920 and is a stick built bungalow home. This house is constructed of brick and wood exterior, composite shingle roof cover and wood frame, with double hung windows with a concrete block and mortar basement walls.
The home is a “Bungalow” style, single family residence. The structure includes approximately 1,530 square feet in seven rooms, including a living room, three bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a dining room, all on the first level. This is typical of bungalow homes, with separated bedroom and social areas of the house. There is 803 square feet total attic area, with one room partially finished. There is also approximately 1,187 square feet in the basement, unfinished with a dark room that is 10 feet wide along the length of the perimeter wall. Basement houses mechanicals and washer/dryer. The floor finish is average with hardwood throughout. Plaster walls are found throughout for wall finish. Fixtures and hardware are average quality when compared to other homes built in the same era including, limited built-in cabinet and countertop space in the kitchen.