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A Centennial Craftsman home has some very special details worth noting. These homes have low pitched roof lines with wide, deep and graceful overhanging eaves. Centennial Craftsman homes typically have very large front porches beneath the extension of the main roof with columns supporting this expanse. The architectural style of this home typically has one very wide and large dormer, the windows are double hung with either a four over one or six over one type of window configuration. The current owners have been very faithful to the era that this home was built. Improvements that they have made since they took ownership: all of the hardwood floors have been refinished and shoe base has been installed, all wallpaper was removed in the bedrooms and walls were neutrally painted, the bathrooms have been updated with period specific plumbing fixtures, the St. Charles cabinetry in the kitchen was left intact and new granite counters were installed with subway tile back splash and under cabinet lighting. A Stainless steel GE profile appliance package provides a wonderful finishing touch to this very special kitchen. A family room addition was completed in the 80’s and it too reflects the style of this era of home. Some details worth noting: Plumbing lines were improved to copper, water service was replaced from the street to the house, new gutters and downspouts with leaf screens were installed, new water heater, newer fence with three gates, installed sub drain and sump pump, exterior was painted in 2017, and newer concrete driveway was installed in 2000. The current owners have loved living in this home and in this neighborhood. They are sure that you will love it as well. There have only been 4 caretakers of this very special home-you could be the next.