501 North Main Street is a $267,000, 2,515 square foot, 4 bedroom, 2.0 bath home on a 0.33 acre lot located in Tuscola, IL.
Designed by prominent architect George Ramey, this home has been in the family of the original owners since 1925. The beautiful Georgian exterior hints at the stunning original interior. The Oak-paneled entry leads to an oversize living room with oak-beamed ceilings. French doors everywhere allow the entire first floor to be as open as any 21st-Century floor plan. The lovingly cared-for interior features original door hardware and light fixtures throughout. The baths still have the original white subway wall tiles and black-and-white mosaic floor tiles. The attached garage was a rarely-seen amenity in 1925. A full basement and attic provide additional storage and access to mechanical systems. An early 1960s Cold War update includes a basement fallout shelter with cots, water storage, and chemical toilet. 2015: New copper guttering and downspouts on clay tile roof. 2016: Kitchen updates including lighting, disposal, granite counters, dishwasher. 2018: Entire brick exterior tuckpointe
|Above Grade Sqft||2,515|
|Master Bedroom Dimensions||15X12|
|Living Room Dimensions||14X27|
|Dining Room Dimension||13X17|
|# Parking Spaces||2|
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