What a beautiful 10 acre setting in the country woods. This 2BR/2BA old world feeling country farmhouse was built with a lot of care. It's a 1.5 story country home with very unique features like concrete kitchen countertops, hammered cooper kitchen sinks, custom cabinets made from vintage wainscoting, and too many custom built features to list. The large hutch pine and glass cabinet in the NE corner of the kitchen (has copper bowls on it) will be included in the sale. There is a large walk in pantry with antique swing doors on it off the kitchen. All the interior hardwood antique doors are from old MTU dorm rooms. Every item in the home has a backstory to it...very cool. It is a bit of a project for the next owner as some trim and finishing remains on the first and 2nd floors, the basement is largely framed but in need of electrical work, drywall and floor finishing, and your finishing touches. The 2nd bedroom is in the 2nd floor loft--it has a closet but is open to the balcony and stairs. A living room, game room, and 3rd bedroom are started in the walkout basement. The heating propane forced air system is new in 2002, and the seller has a wood stove connected to it. So they largely heat with wood and use the propane as a backup system. The seller says utilities are about: electric $180-$250 per month, split wood 4.5 to 5 cords per winter, and propane about two tanks per year. There is also a large, newer huge 2 car garage with storage space above, and a large, extra 26x28 storage or work building waiting to be finished. The extra building has a full basement underneath too. The siding remains to be completed on the garage and extra building. There is a lot of custom masonry work on the building with vintage cobblestone street bricks reused from 5th Street in Calumet! The brick work is beautiful and makes the place seem 100 years old, even thought all the buildings were built in or after 2001. The barn building was built int he early 2000s even though it looks antique--the owners pulled down the insulation in it to help resolve a leak. The property is mostly wooded with 70 or so apple and sugar plum fruit trees, as well as blueberries and raspberries spread around the property. There are a lot of walking trails in the woods behind the home. Come take a look and build your own equity quickly finishing this homestead.
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|9/13/2021 3:00:00 AM||New Value: $244,900|
|7/28/2021 5:23:26 PM||New Value: Pending w/Contingency|
|7/27/2021 4:08:25 AM||New Value: Active|