A large columned front porch with brass lanterns, wood siding and a shingled roof give the exterior of the home its classic character. The entry hall has an original coal-burning fireplace, which adds interest but typically goes unused. An oak-trimmed double doorway on the left leads to the living room. Two additional double doorway lead to the dining room and a family room. The family room was added in 2000 and features a fireplace, recessed lighting, and 4 large east-facing windows that let in the morning sun. The family room opens onto a deck with a southern exposure. The original oak floors in the living room and dining room are laid in a pattern with a rectangular border, and some of the border planks have been treated with a darker stain to highlight the design. The dining room has a brass chandelier and a floral border stencil around the ceiling.
The spacious kitchen has exposed beams, pegged floors, oak cabinetry, laminate counters, a double stainless steel sink with disposal, a second prep/bar sink, a garden window for houseplants, and a bay window with a window seat. Appliances conveyed with the home include a Frigidaire refrigerator with a freezer drawer, a Frigidaire microwave oven, a Whirlpool wall oven, a Kenmore range, and a GE dishwasher. The kitchen is large enough to accommodate a table for an eat-in option. A door in the rear opens onto a back deck.
A handicap accessible bedroom suite is located on the first level. This bedroom has a spacious closet, and the bathroom includes a shower-jetted tub with safety bars and a porcelain sink.
The main floor also has a laundry area with a Whirlpool washer and Kenmore dryer, and a second full bath with a tiled shower-tub and a pedestal sink.
An oak staircase leads to the second floor, where three bedrooms, a bath and a bonus room open onto a central hallway. The bath features a claw-foot tub original to the home, a skylight, a double vanity of cultured marble, and oak wainscoting.
There is an unfinished utility basement, where the home’s stone foundation is visible, and a storage attic.
The yard surrounding the home has shady oak and walnut trees, and raised beds for gardening. The rear of the property is bordered by a road-alleyway. There is plenty of room in the back yard to add a garage that can be accessed from this road.
Spacious, conveniently located, wheelchair accessible, and heated by relatively inexpensive natural gas, this Lewisburg residential property has plenty to offer.