Do you love history? Are you looking for a Zoar type home with room to run? Then step back in time in this lovely Federal style home built in 1838 and brought back to its beauty. This unique home was originally built for Mr. and Mrs. Sherod by Mr. Kilgore, of Sherrodsville and Kilgore respectively. Complimenting the home is an addition that consists of an original-type kitchen, half bath and laundry room on the first floor and a sitting room/office, full bath and a walk-in closet on the second floor. The main floor of this historical home gives you a dining room, parlor and sitting room. The original home is complete with the on site manufactured hard wood flooring and wood work. The interior walls are also full brick. One-of-a-kind wall murals by renowned artist Jill Reese adorn the dining room and sitting room walls. On the second floor you will find three bedrooms, in one of which are signatures that have been found that served as a register for those guests who were there during its stage coach stop days. The home boast 5 fireplaces, which are non-functional. A three car garage with one bay as a work shop, and a barn with three stalls round out the buildings. This property is two parcels, totaling 15 acres.
# of Parking Spaces: 3
Association: East Central Association Of Realtors®