This 1860’s German Village House Is So Much More Than It Appears From The Outside
When people think, “historic cottage in German Village”, I can almost guarantee that they aren’t picturing anything like this beautiful dream home.
Built in 1860, the home holds onto that vintage construction, all while embracing the modern perks of living in 2019. The house was a recent recipient of design and NARI Architectural awards, and has been featured on home tours!
One of the things that I love most about this place is the attention to detail. The kitchen and bathrooms were recently remodeled and include hand-crafted Amish cabinetry and tiling from Franklin Art Glass.
From the exposed original beams to the insane garden out back, this home is a real knockout. It’s currently listed for $675,000 and has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and 2,752 square feet. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
So quaint and cozy, right?
This house comes with verified history. It’s like getting that blue check on social media, but in real life.
Were you expecting it to feel this bright and open? I wasn’t!
I know we should be focusing on the bigger picture, but I can’t be the only one staring at those original, exposed beams.
Such a lovely place to entertain friends and family.
I always thought I was a white cabinets kind of girl, but now I’m seriously rethinking that whole thing.
And these glass panels in the upper cabinets are enchanting me.
The bathroom is completely updated and it comes with plenty of storage.
I could get a lot of work done in this office.
If I could drag myself out of bed, that is. I wouldn’t mind watching the clouds go by from that sky light!
The rustic vibe in the basement is winning me over. I never thought I’d fall in love so hard with dark wood.
Speaking of falling in love, this is the garden of my dreams.
Who needs Franklin Park Conservatory with a back yard like this? Just kidding. We all need FPC, all day, every day. But this back yard would make a pretty close second!
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