Extraordinary farmhouse in highly sought-after Historic Brookeville on a spectacularly landscaped lot with a Victorian front porch. This elegant home boasts glorious architectural details including beautiful wood trim, wonderful millwork, gleaming wood floors, a ceiling medallion, and custom built-ins. Built in 1922, this distinctive residence has been extensively updated and meticulously maintained over the years. This remarkable home offers an enchanting covered front porch, a sun-drenched living room with custom built-ins, and a formal dining room with chair rail molding. The updated table space kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and subway tile backsplash with plenty of natural light. The main level is complete with a powder room / laundry room. There are four bedrooms and a renovated full bathroom on the upper level. Large attic with fixed stairs and ample room for storage, plus potential to finish. The unfinished lower level offers wonderful storage space and a workshop. The generously sized (10,826 square feet) private yard can be enjoyed from the large deck and features delightful brick pathways, mature landscaping, a shed, and plenty of room to run about! Copper roof and gutters.
Ideally located in the historic town of Brookeville. James Madison once sheltered in Brookeville to evade the British troops. During his stay, he made the Town “U.S. Capital for a Day”, a title the Town still proudly claims today.
Nearby parks include Longwood Park, Olney Mill Park and Reedy Branch Park. The "Brookeville Bypass" is under construction, and when completed, will route most traffic away from the town.
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