This solidly-built 1950 ranch has withstood the years gracefully. The open front porch faces U.S. 219, while the enclosed back porch overlooks rolling pastureland. Compactly designed and easy to maintain, the home has a living room, kitchen, dining room, 3 bedrooms and a bath. The basement includes a separate room that could be readily converted into a fourth bedroom, plus a bath with shower.
Two concrete walkways lead from the driveway to the tidy brick home with white trim and a metal roof. The spacious yard has evergreen, deciduous and ornamental trees. A covered front porch level with the yard lends itself to handicapped access.
The living room, dining room and bedrooms have oak floors. A wood-burning fireplace in the living room is sealed but could easily be reopened. A picture window overlooks the front yard, and two windows flanking the fireplace offer views of the side yard and adjacent farmland. There are ceiling fans in the living room and two of the bedrooms.
An arched entry connects the living and dining areas. The dining room has a chandelier and windows overlooking the side yard.
The kitchen, located, in the back of the home, has scratch resistant Pergo laminate flooring. There are wood cabinets, laminate counters and a stainless steel double sink. A Whirlpool electric range and a Whirlpool refrigerator-freezer convey with the home.
The kitchen connects to a sunny enclosed back porch with brick walls, linoleum flooring and banks of windows on two sides.
Three bedrooms and a bath are located in another wing. All three bedrooms have cedar closets. The master bedroom is distinguished from the others primarily by its larger size. The bedrooms share a bathroom with a shower-tub combo, linoleum floor and a storage closet. A linen closet is in the hallway.
Oak stairs lead from the kitchen to the basement. The basement has plenty of room for a workshop and storage, and includes a large double utility sink. A separate room and bath in the basement could be finished for use as a fourth bedroom. Exterior exit the basement to the yard.
A detached double garage, brick with a shingled roof, provides room for two vehicles, or one vehicle plus lawn and garden equipment.