3104 W 100 North, Kokomo IN
Looking for a home with history? Well look no further! While the land was originally settled in the early days of the state of Indiana, a proper home has sat on the property since the time of the Civil War. During this time, the home expanded from a small cabin to a two-story white frame home, parts of which can still be seen in the home today. The home as it stands today, has been around since the early to mid-1900’s. The Hillis family expanded the home and added the many outdoor features such as the guest house and the five-car garage and pavilion. The home was then purchased by the Catholic Church in 1948 where it was used for a variety of church purposes until 1987, when it was purchased by the current owner who renovated the home while keeping its historic charm. Parts of the physical history that remain in this home include the AGA stove that never ages, front room light fixes from the 1870's, beveled glass re-purposed from Albright Cemetery Chapel, an antique chandelier from 1870, and the large recreation room with a bar made with reclaimed woods from a turn of the century Masonic Lodge. But the beauty does not end on the inside, the expansive 11.8 acres boasts fruit trees and approx. 7.5 wooded acres. This 6,400 sq. ft. home has so much to offer, historically and aesthetically, and is truly a home to entertain in and enjoy during all seasons.
LISTED BY PAUL WYMAN WITH THE WYMAN GROUP
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||Kokomo-Center Township Cons. S.D.
||Fin. Sq. Ft.
||5 Car Detached