Sold • $142,000

Brick, Mortar, & Memories

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You will never forget Grandma and Grandpa's house! You know what I mean; it was the house where everyone gathered and as soon as you walked through the door, you saw your favorite uncle sitting in the same spot, with the same smile on his face, telling the same stories over and over again. Grandma and Grandpa would each be in their favorite chairs, where nobody else dared to sit! And during holidays, you and your cousins would watch the clock as you anxiously awaited being told you could move to your spot for your holiday gifts. This is one of those homes. This home was built with love and filled with laughter and memories for 57 years... but now it's ready for new owners, new memories, and new traditions. That's where you come in.

Why We Love It

1. Quiet Neighborhood

Driving to this home for the first time, I absolutely loved how quiet and established this neighborhood was. It's one of those neighborhoods that is still full of original owners and I would wager that when you move in, you may find yourself eating several plates-worth of housewarming cookies.

2. Over-Sized Garage

In more modern neighborhoods, you just don’t see these oversized garages anymore... and it's quite unfortunate. This concrete block garage leaves you plenty of space to park two cars, fiddle around on the workbench, and store your yard equipment. So, if you are the handy one in the home, you will surely appreciate this space!

3. Covered Hardwood

Take a look in the closets so you can get a sneak peek of what’s hidden under the carpets! The original hardwood floors are still intact and there is a chance they're still in great shape because they have been covered by carpet for so long.

What You Need To Know

Tucked away on a quiet street in an established neighborhood, this home has a covered front porch and a carport that covers the side entrance.

First Floor

When you step inside the front door, you walk into the living room. It is anchored by a huge picture window that allows natural lighting to flow throughout the generous space.

Underneath the carpet, hardwood floors await to be exposed and brought back to life!

Beyond the living room is the kitchen. There is an abundance of updated cabinet space and a cute nook that will be perfect for a dining table. You know they say that true chefs prefer to cook on a gas stove and if that's you... you're in luck!

This is also where you'll find the “friend door". This is the door only your friends will use while your door to door salesmen use the front door.

On the other side of the living room are three spacious bedrooms.

If you look in the closets, you will see the exposed hardwood floors and they look to be in great shape.

This full bath is located on this side of the home as well.

Lower Level

The lower level of the home is the size as the upstairs.

One side is finished and would be a great place to add an additional living room or man cave.

The other side of the basement is unfinished and where you will find the washer and dryer.


The lot that the home sits on is huge and the yard is fenced, so Fido has room to run.

As you pull through the carport that is attached to the home, you will find the oversized two-car garage.

So when you're coming home from the grocery store, you can stop under the carport, unload the groceries through the friend door, and then pull through to park your car in the garage.


Some of the updates to the home include a newer roof, hot water tank, electric, and windows.

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