This is a must see home with a piece of history right in Burlington. Located on a large lot! Built in 1912 this home was the Colton House that boarded the coal miners. In the 1950's it was converted to a single family home. In the last several years it has been gutted and renovated by upgrading the main and upper levels to 2"x 6" walls creating all newer rooms including the windows and shingles. Walking in you're greeted with a large foyer that leads you to an open kitchen concept to the dining room with beautiful maple cabinets, island, and pantry. From the kitchen is the living room with French doors leading to a captivating 10 1/2' x 24 1/2' 3 Seasons room for your endless enjoyment and that looks out into a big back yard, concrete patio and a large umbrella tree perfect to hang a hammock. You'll find the master bedroom on the main with double closets located next to the main bath with a long vanity filled with drawers and cabinets and has his and her double sinks. On the upper floor are two bedrooms, one to the left and one to the right and a sitting room in the center. The entire main and upper level flow throughout with upgraded laminate flooring and floor heat that runs throughout the main. In the lower level you will find the tastefully done newer family room, office, 3/4 bath, laundry, woodwork and storage rooms. There is a walkout to the breezeway to the garage. The house exterior is quality Smart siding and the brick is from the Lonetree school. A nice established yard with alley access and shed. This home is a taste of class!
Listing courtesy of KW Inspire Realty.