Classic, Queen Anne stucco colonial built by, Morley & Flatley Company – the same builders that built Sacred Heart Church. As for Morley & Flatley’s craftsmanship, “The Parish History of Sacred Heart Parish” describes the construction of Sacred Heart Church best, “The workmanship is unsurpassed.” That same workmanship is evident throughout this house that sits on a lovely, level, double-parcel, corner lot. 14"-16"-thick field-stone foundation w/ashlar granite facade. The floor framing is structurally over-designed, which is why there are no sags, dips, waves or creaking to the floors. Tiger-grain, tongue-and-groove, hardwood floors throughout the entire house, including the 29'x26' attic. Front door w/beveled glass window, grand foyer, high ceilings, french doors, beautiful woodwork, stained-glass windows w/brass window openers, glass & brass door knobs, etc. Other than the 50's kitchen, this house is completely original. New (2013) Buderus furnace & SS HTP HWH. Walk to town & school!
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