Beautiful 4-bedroom, 3-bath historic home on a quiet street in the NOLI neighborhood. This renovated and well-maintained home was built by carriage maker Walter G. Warren in 1892, from land that was originally part of the Morton-Duncan estate, and formerly owned by abolitionist Cassius Clay. Home has preserved original historical features including gleaming hardwood floors throughout, impressive trim, pocket doors, exposed brick, restored clawfoot tub, and a stained-glass window. Large back yard with a long driveway.Four spacious bedrooms with ample closets. First floor media room could also be used as a master suite, giving this house five bedrooms. Kitchen has stainless appliances: gas stove, granite countertops, wood cabinetry, two pantries & tankless WH. Bathrooms have and modern fixtures. Separate first and second floor HVAC systems. Windows, roof, and HVAC systems all replaced within the past nine years. Property is zoned as a duplex and could be converted back for additional income. Not in an historic district. Metrics per PVA. Buyer to confirm information. Dining room mirror, furniture and remaining personalty does not convey.
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