It’s been over a century since this beautiful Revival Farmhouse was originally built, but it still has a commanding presence. The house has been meticulously maintained — despite the decades of wear and tear, the Farmhouse still manages to look as if it was built yesterday. All of the trims and flourishes of the home’s exterior is intact, and the large front columns, a trademark of the Revival style, look right as rain.
The home has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and takes up a comfortable 3,250 square feet. Also, some parts of the house have been rebuilt — such as the concrete — the fireplaces and curved glass windows are still original.
The kitchen is certainly the most modern room of the house, the appliances have been updated to allow for a more comfortable living.
The main foyer is grand and truly feels like it’s from a different era.
On the right side of the main foyer sits one of the home’s fireplaces — the perfect place for a grandfather to sit, read a book and smoke a pipe.
The main dining room has large windows that circle the area, allowing the room to be drenched in light.
The bedrooms are carpeted and are much more casual than the rest of the house. The soft grey and white colors indicate the room is meant to be used for relaxation.
This bathroom is such an original! A tile half-wall separates the waterfall shower from the rest of the bathroom. Like most Farmhouses, the bathroom features a white and black color scheme.
If I could live in this old Farmhouse, it would be an absolute dream come true! How do you feel about it? Let us know, and make sure to share this article with your friends!