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One of the prettiest houses in Galena! Built in 1838 by John P. DeZoya, who, at one time, served as County Treasurer and City Council Alderman. Fabulous Galena brick and stone Federal style home was called the first DeZoya House and has been on the Tour of Historic Galena Homes twice in the last eight years and was a finalist in 2010 for a Historic Preservation Commission award. The original house was restored in 2008-2009, and the new addition with the garage and master suite was completed in 2010. Sited on 1.3 acre park-like setting along the Davis Creek. Two master suites and 3.5 bathrooms, 1 1/2 car garage is insulated and heated. Storage area under front porch for lawn and garden equipment. Original pumpkin pine floors, original claw foot tub in upstairs bath, heated tile floor in the main floor master bath, beautiful woodwork and period appropriate lighting fixtures, new carpeting in the carpeted areas in 2015, new dishwasher 2018, gas range 2014, Larson exterior doors in 2018, dual battery back-up sump pump in 2017, asphalt driveway in 2017, tuck pointing in 2017 along with all four chimneys rebuilt. Connection to City sewer in 2018. Interior and exterior completely repainted in 2015. Home is a masterpiece of historical preservation and located on the edge of Fourth Street in its own private setting.