The early 1900s comes to life with this home

Magnificent features that are well over 100 years old combined with some well-chosen updates make the character and charm of this home shine through. Originally built in 1910 for Clyde Reser and Viola King Reser, and now featured on the local and national historic registries, this home remained in the Reser family until purchased by the current owners in 2003. Upon arriving at this stunning home, you will fall in love with the iron fence and gate, beautiful landscaping, gorgeous original stone wall, sizeable white columns and enormous wrap-around porch. The porch was recently re-constructed with composite materials that will offer many years of maintenance free enjoyment. Upon entering the home, you will be in astonishment of the high ceilings, large windows, hand crafted plaster ceiling medallions and crown moldings, original stained-glass window, leaded glass windows and beautiful fireplaces. The main level offers great entertaining spaces with a formal living room, family room, study, large dining room with built-in china cabinet, laundry room with cabinetry, kitchen with enormous pantry, full bathroom and a garden room. The upper level living quarters offers 5 immense bedrooms, each with an enormous closet that was almost unheard of in a home of this age. The master bedroom showcases a fireplace and an attached sunroom, all of which is connected to the upper-level full bathroom. The back yard and detached garage is completely enclosed within a white vinyl privacy fence. Two solar-powered gates at the driveway allow access to the back yard and garage. The detached garage has been configured so that it can also be used as an outdoor entertaining space w/ a fireplace and electricity.

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