This property is currently zoned residential but is bordered by commercial property on one side and shares no property line with a residence. It could possibly make a very interesting shop, office, small cafe or bistro? The home is on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a Florissant landmark. The first recorded mention of the house is on a deed dated 1853 for a parcel in the Town of St Ferdinand (which is now Florissant) but certain architectural features have led some to conclude that part of the current structure may have existed as early as 1810. The exterior still looks like it did in the 1800s. The interior still has the original floor plan with many original features still intact. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths with new ceramic floors, new fixtures, even a claw foot tub. The kitchen has all new cabinets, stainless appliances and granite counter tops. There are two full masonry wood burning fireplaces, a very clean full basement and a park like half acre lot.
Listing courtesy of Worth Clark Realty.
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