Imagine yourself living in the The Brooks House, a handsome Greek Revival, City of Dayton Historic Landmark property, thought to be the oldest residential property downtown; built between 1827 & 1832. Here’s the home at 41 E. First Street in the 1920’s.
The home was divided into 3 condos in 2003. The distinguished townhome in the front, which is now for sale for just over $200,000, incorporates the formal part of the original structure. Ornate plaster ceiling moldings adorn living room & kitchen, while intricate patterned wood floors are featured both upstairs & down.
The 2000 square foot condo includes two 18 x 18 bedrooms, two full baths upstairs, a half bath downstaris an 18 x 18 kitchen-dining ara and 18 x18 living romm and a 9 x 32 entry way which can also be used as a library-bar-dining area. Black and white tile in the entry and bathrooms, with hardwood everywhere else. There are 12′ ceilings throughout.
The elegant kitchen features 1 of 2 twin marble fireplace mantles with cabinetry designed to look like fine furniture; granite topped island/bar, butcher block surrounds stove, microwave tucked out of site beneath counter & stainless appliances. Owner’s suite features a dresser turned vanity made in Dayton & 2 walls of closets & shelves.
Fireplace in living room has gas line for insert. All windows historic reproduced in 2004. All HVAC and electric is completely up to date. And 2 parking places are included. For more info contact Kamela & Co Realty.