Located in the heart of the village, this 8-home property is a designated contributing structure in the Ukrainian Village Landmark District. Constructed circa 1900, the home was likely built by early German or Ukrainian immigrants. Amazingly, the exquisite period details have been meticulously preserved.
Two, handcrafted, ﬂuted columns topped with delicate scroll work divide the living and dining rooms. The dining room’s original built-in buffet has glass-doored shelves for display and drawers for storage. Paneled doors, antique millwork and hardwood ﬂoors graciously ﬁnish each room.
Tall, wide windows ﬁll rooms with north, south and western exposures, and look to the neighborhood’s lush, tree-lined streets.
A perfect blend of old and new, the home has central air, in-home laundry and an eat-in kitchen. The primary suite with a walk-in closet will easily accommodate a king-sized bed. There’s even a 16’x8’ rear patio for summer bbqs. Securing parking included.
Updated on July 29, 2022 at 7:30 pm