If you've dreamed of living in a charming town, a short stroll from great restaurants, theater and shops, this is the antique for you! The spacious kitchen with breakfast nook and two pantries features a newer gas stove and huge double marble sink. The front door is extra-wide and is a dutch door. The pellet stove in the family room keeps those winter days toasty, plus there's an inglenook fireplace in the living room to add to the ambiance. A dining room with built-ins, half-bath and mud room round out the first floor. Upstairs, the primary bedroom runs across the width of the home, and has its own bathroom and covered porch! The 2 other bedrooms share a full bath, plus the laundry room has plenty of storage. Up one more flight there's a cosy little sleeping area in a finished part of the attic. The roof and gutters were replaced this year, there's 2 zoned central air, town water and sewer, and a 2 car garage with second floor storage.
The home was part of the Ingleside School for Young Ladies in the late 1800s. Called "The Wigwam," it was used as a meeting hall, gym, art studio, infirmary, and the flat front lawn was used for drill exercises.