Property Type:Site-Built Home
Lot Size:0.05 Acres
BRAND NEW ROOF INSTALLED! The old roof was completely removed. This is a diamond in the rough. Great opportunity for the right buyer who is looking to restore a home in the downtown Evansville Preservation area. You are welcomed by a arched covered front porch. The Entry opens to the Living room with built-in bookcases and a fireplace (decor only). Large formal Dining Room. Eat-in kitchen with access to the covered carport and to the unfinished basement. The is also a full bath and a half bath with a stack washer/dryer unit on the main level. Upstairs you will find 3 large bedrooms with a full bath and a 2nd kitchen. There are front and back stairs plus stairs to a full walk-up attic. Beautiful light fixtures through-out the home. This "Spanish Mission" style home was designed by F. Manson Gilbert for his mother, Annie H. Gilbert. The shaped gable is reminiscent of the style, as are the cloister-type entrance arches. Gilbert launched his architectural practice with this home in 1908. It was built as a rental house for his mother, a widow and no doubt was a promotional venture to introduce Manson's design talents to the city and get him commissions. The first renter was Walker Sonntag. Home is zoned R-3. Home to be sold in "AS IS" condition. Buyer is aware the home is subject to the guidelines and procedures for the Evansville Preservation Commission.
Listing Information Last Updated 2/24/2020
Listing provided courtesy of ELLEN NORTON, F.C. TUCKER EMGE REALTORS.
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