Turn of the century country home evokes happy memories of summer days and family holiday mealslike the scenes captured in the Norman Rockwell illustrations on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post. The home has received some modern updating but many of the original features that make it special remain: high ceilings, a fireplace in the front bedroom, transom windows above the doors, and more. It is a frame house with wood siding, pier and beam construction, and a new composition shingle roof. The porch wrapping around the front of the house is wide enough to accommodate rocking chairs and porch swings. A second recently rebuilt porch/deck serves the door at the rear of the house. The floor plan includes 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, laundry room, kitchen, dining, living room and entry hall. Heat is provided by using space heaters and cooling with window a/c units. There is plenty of room in the attic for the installation of central heat and a/c. The home is surrounded by a large lot with several old shade trees and located at the very end of Live Oak Street. Behind the house is a fenced pet yard. Two storage buildings are located within the fenced area. One of the buildings served as a pump house for a water well but the well has not been used by the current owners and nothing is known about it. There are 2 separate carports. This is a lovely old home as American as apple pie and is sure to appeal to anyone tired of living in the same old cookie-cutter track homes.
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