A short drive into the countryside outside of Boone brings us to this 1940’s home in the Zionville Community. Our listing, a 1940’s craftsman home, has a unique story to tell.
The home has been restored by the current owners and has an abundance of charm throughout. In recent history, a contractor put a substantial amount of tongue and groove ceilings in the home. The current owners then added a wing on the back of the house and beautifully restored parts of this home that had worn over time.
A unique layout has plenty of space and would make a great starter home. There are 4 bedrooms with one on the main floor. Each bedroom has an en suite bathroom and generous closet space. There is also an unfinished closet on the main floor which could be converted to a half bath.
The master bedroom is enormous and features vaulted ceilings. There is a nook cutout that could allow more space for a larger master bathroom if someone wanted to do this.
Another bedroom on the second floor is a large size with a double closet and vaulted ceilings. A third bedroom on the second floor features a cutout for attic access. The owners at one time had plans to expand this room to add a spiral staircase and finish the attic space into a loft. It would be possible given the steep pitch of the roof. In its current use, the attic has generous storage space.
On the main floor, there is a semi-open floor plan which flows well. A bedroom, two living rooms, formal dining, and kitchen are all on the main floor.
The home sits on a flat half acre lot with one of the largest Willow trees you will ever see. The flat yard space would be great to fence in, add a fire pit or patio. The property is in a flood plain, so flood insurance is recommended. However, the home has stood the test of time for decades.
{This home sold in February 2020}

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