This home would be an excellent purchase for an investor or a handyman needing a project. Although started by the previous owner, the renovations on this home have not been completed. Therefore you have lots of options to finish the way you would like. Step inside this 1940’s farmhouse and you will find a large living area with plenty of room to add a wood-burning or even gas stove. The eat-in kitchen is large and, although the cabinets are in, they could use a little work. There are no appliances. Located off the living room, the full bath features a claw foot tub, pedestal sink and commode. The washer/dryer hookup is in the bathroom and, although there’s plenty of room for a full washer and dryer, the use of a stacked unit would certainly use minimal space. There is a room off the living room which will be perfect for a bedroom and was probably used for one originally. It will require the addition of a closet. There is also another room off the kitchen. This room does have a closet as well as a commode in the corner. The hot water heater and breaker box is in the closet, and, with some work this room would make a nice second bedroom.
Outside the home features a wrap-around porch, great for sitting in a rocker and enjoying the sounds of noisy Beaver creek which is just across the road.
Situated on a 1.30 acre lot, the home sits up on a knoll above the road giving maximum privacy from any traffic.
There’s also a charming little outbuilding that adds to the ambience of this mountain home.