700 Locust Street W
$529,865, 5 Beds 4 Baths 4,367 Sqft
About This Property
ONE-OF-A-KIND HISTORIC GEM PRICED BELOW INDEPENDENT APPRAISAL, WHICH IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST! A rare opportunity to own a piece of Johnson City's history. Find modern convenience coupled with historic charm in this meticulously restored Queen Anne Victorian 5-6 bedroom /4 bath home. A large wrap-around front porch welcomes you through a beautiful entry door with intricate leaded-glass transom and sidelights. Enter into a spacious entrance hall with fireplace, warm quarter-sawn oak trim, and eleven-foot ceilings. To the left is a formal parlor with stately columns and vintage wall coverings. On the right you find pocket doors opening to a music room or den, with uniquely tiled fireplace with gas logs, anaglypta wall covering, and warm wood mantel. The large dining room features pocket doors, a Waterford Lismore chandelier, and another gorgeous & unique fireplace. The gourmet kitchen features soapstone counter tops, marble covered island and sink, chef's gas range, and huge refrigerator. Up the grand paneled staircase to the spacious second floor hall, you find the master suite, four more bedrooms and second full bath. The third floor is an over-sized suite with full bath and walk-in closet that could be a family room, den, rec room, large bedroom or what ever you choose. The triple level lot has a beautiful pond, great outdoor living space, room for gardens, and an out building. There isn't enough space here to fully describe this historic masterpiece. Visit this home to experience the impeccable restoration!
Built Ins, Cedar Closet(s), Counters-Solid Surface, Kitchen Island, Pantry, Restored, Walk In Closet(s)
Refrigerator, Washer/Dryer Hookup, Dishwasher, Disposal, Range-Gas
Other See Remarks, Den/Study, Gas Logs
Garden Area, Landscaped, Sidewalk
700 Locust Street W, JOHNSON CITY (MLS® #417714) Property History
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Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed August 25th, 2019 at 7:08am