Historic 1914, five bedroom three bath 3600 square foot Craftsman Bungalow with many original architectural details including: stained glass windows, built-in china cabinets, bookcases, linen drawers, and bench seating with storage, cloak room, dark wood wainscoting and decorative moldings, fireplace, Rococo style cast iron radiators, cedar bevel siding and Croatian stone masonry.
This residence has been well maintained with strategic upgrades and modernization emphasizing comfort and convenience, while maintaining the original Craftsman Bungalow character. A recently remodeled contemporary kitchen awaits your personal touches along with upgraded and modernized 1st and 2nd floor bathrooms.
The floor plan reflects the Craftsman Bungalow style with a decorative centralized living dining complex, kitchen, bath and bedroom or office on the main floor. The main floor addition is currently being run as a successful business with a conditional use permit. The finished basement is split between the business and the owner’s studio and may have the potential of being converted into an income property. The second floor has three cheerful bedrooms each with a walk-in closet and one full shared bath and a separate sink off the southwest bedroom.
Located in a historic neighborhood of owner occupied single family residences, adjacent to the recreational trails system, and within three blocks of historic downtown Lewistown Montana.
The grounds have been thoughtfully landscaped with a variety of fruiting trees, shrubs, and perennials inter-planted with herbs creating a lush naturalized appearance. Beginning in the spring with daffodils and transitioning to sweet woodruff, strawberries, herbs, iris and wood lily, followed by a profusion of native perennials: Ox Eye Sunflower, Coreopsis, Sweet Black Eyed Susan, Purple Coneflower, Yellow Coneflower, Dense Blazingstar, and Hoary Vervain. Mid-summer brings on the Montmorency and Nanking cherries and an abundance of Boyne raspberries. By early August the garden peaks with a radiant display of day lilies bathed in a field of vibrant yellow, purple, orange and pink perennials. September closes out the growing season with a late crop of Joan J raspberries and Goodland apples.
This is your chance to reside in one of the most beautiful regions of the country where island mountain ranges rise majestically from the open prairie creating a dramatic landscape through which picturesque streams meander towards the Missouri river to the north. Recreational opportunities abound throughout the year without the crowds so common in many parts of the West. This truly is a paradise on earth for those who love the outdoors.
For Sale By Owner
Viewings are by appointment only, and a pre-qualification letter is required to schedule a viewing.
Contact: Susan and George
email: [email protected]
Updated on September 7, 2023 at 6:52 pm