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  • Writer's pictureTamelin Delli-Gatti

Did you see this 5 Bdrm? $184,000

Step back in time ~ Circa 1872 to this eye-catcher of a Queen Anne style

home located in the Julia-Ann square historic district.

Built by the first mayor of Parkersburg, Milton Amiss, for his wife Mariah Cook Amiss just after the Civil War. Boasting one of the largest level lots in the historic downtown area, this property also offers an uncommon luxury of a 3-stall detached garage, plus carport and additional parking area. From the rear of the property, you are greeted by a beautiful arbor overflowing with sweet smelling wisteria that covers the brick-lined pathway to the rear entrance of the home. There is a privacy fence with side yard large enough for a swimming pool or outside activities. The home features 5 bedrooms (or use one as an office or craft room), 2 updated full baths and one totally renovated first floor powder room. This home exudes Victorian charm and character starting from the grand foyer with built-in bay window seating and beautifully crafted main staircase. History preserved in this home, with original heart-of-pine wood flooring, multiple fireplaces, pretty cherry wood trim, transom windows, pocket doors, built-ins, gorgeous stained-glass entry doors and windows, tall ceilings and intricate detail reminisce of past eras. Mostly all new windows, updated kitchen and laundry Dec 2020, and many more upgrades!! Could be your once in a lifetime chance to own a beautiful peace of history preserved over the years, just for you! MLS#4209657 $184,000

To Tour: Call Colleen Cooper @ 304.893.2043 REALTOR® Berkshire Hathaway HS Professional Realty

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