Convenience and privacy are the keys here! This home was built on 1½ lots so this 1,500 square foot ranch has plenty of room outside as well. It's even wide enough for the curved driveway that runs to the rear-load garage. Located at the corner of two dead-end streets, traffic is at a minimum and it feels like a hidden area... even though you're just a couple of blocks away from all of the fun awaiting you in the Grove City Town Center.
This home has so many custom features of past eras that many of you love. There are large picture windows, some corner windows, a slate entrance that can last another fifty years of traffic, built-in cabinets, a cedar closet, and a breezeway (that could possibly be converted into your first-floor laundry/mudroom if you prefer). These are just a few of the custom features you don’t see in the cookie-cutter homes being built today.
The family room addition is what really separates this home from many others in the neighborhood. These single-story homes that were built in the 1950s generally only required one front living room but we've grown accustomed to having a second large space in the back of the home for our comfy couches and large TVs. That's the beauty of this home... all of the charm of the '50s but the living space of today.
This is such an attractive home to pull up to. It has a tidy yard with mature landscaping and I love the horizontal lines of the stone facade and wall set against the vertical siding.
Originally built in 1954 by an area banker, this home definitely has a privileged mid-century vibe.
A slate floor greets guests as they enter the foyer and leads them right into the large formal living room. Here, you'll find a large window that allows natural light to flood in as well as an accent wall that again incorporates the horizontal lines of the stone fireplace against the vertical lines in the wall. There is also built-in cabinetry on the opposite wall.
Beyond the living room is the dining area that connects the efficient galley kitchen and the cozy family room. With the kitchen's central location the cook can always be in the mix of the gatherings. There are plenty of cabinets in the kitchen as well as counter space for preparing dinner.
The family room is the perfect place for your comfy couch and big TV. It has a door to the breezeway between the house and the garage and that leads out to the patio. This is a great place for your morning coffee.
There is also direct access to the half bath.
Walk down the hallway on the other side of the dining area to the three bedrooms and full bathroom.
The master is large enough for a king-size bed while the others are open to full or queen. Hardwood floors are available in all three bedrooms and one of the rooms has a pocket door to the foyer... making it a great option for an office if you don't need three bedrooms.
The main level full bath has a white tile that is so popular now but still shows its character with the eclectic pink sink and tub of the time the house was built.
If you think you need more space the large basement is ready for you to make it what you want!
The previous owner put in a shower that the seller still uses and this level is divided into two halves so you have space for living and storage.
Being tucked away at the corner of two dead-end streets street allows for quiet enjoyment in the backyard. It is completely fenced-in with plenty of room to host backyard parties.
There is a patio right out the back door and as well as another slab that is perfect for a shed or a separate zone for your firepit.
The athletic fields behind Our Lady of Perpetual Help are at the end of one of the streets and the library at the heart of the Town Center is just a 4-minute bike ride away.
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