Property Type:Site-Built Home
On Site:56 Days
Lot Size:0.74 Acres
When this Tudor was built in 1940 high on Petersburg Rd in McCutchanville, the owners built a garage on the hill out back, with a horse stall in a lower beam-framed portion below, beneath a hayloft above that walks out from the back of the garage. It's still there - it's still here. A delightful mix of decades, the home maintains bespoke original quality from the Tudor style in 1940, with elements from the Mid Century Modern era in the eat-in kitchen nook and main-floor full bath, with work from the late 20th century as well. In the late 1970s, a kitchen renovation was completed along with a Cork and Cleaver worthy addition to the attic - constructed through a new shed-roof dormer; the motif is thorough with a thick stone accent wall that connects visually to the front of the home. An absolutely massive bedroom sits upstairs, along with a perfectly 70s bathroom and a 4th bedroom off the north of the hall that features a cozy den-like L shape and an incredible wallpaper accent wall. In the finished basement, aspects of the 1940 build remain, clear through original hardware and other details. Here for the next step of building provenance for the future are good bones, nicely sited on a larger, picturesque lot, with architectural quality employed at each major investment in the home, through out the decades. What extant in the home will remain? What new styles will be employed and where in the weeks and years ahead? That, my friends, is for the new owner to decide. Will it be you?
Listing provided courtesy of Philip Hooper, Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Indiana Realty.