FOR SALE: Historic Two-Story Craftsman Home
Published On: October 26, 2015 Posted by: Jeremy Peterson
I just listed this amazing example of Craftsman architecture located at 515 24th St. in Ogden, Utah. The home was originally the residence of the minister for the Presbyterian Church next door. The church is no longer there and the home was sold long ago to the current owners. But, current owners have lived in the property for over 50 years and it shows in the integrity of the original woodwork, casings, fireplace, and other fine finishes.
Unfortunately, the owner lost the ability to update and keep up the home so many of the systems need to be redone. The home needs new electrical, a new furnace, new flooring, paint, etc. However, the home does have a new roof. To bring the home back to full luster will require some sweat and appreciation for historic homes. However, the end product will be amazing.
The home is approximately 2000 SQFT with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Three of the bedrooms and a three-quarter bath are upstairs. There is also a 300 SQFT basement with concrete floors. The home does have a common drive which it shares with a sister home next door. Parking is in the rear.
This home is walking distance to The Junction, County Library, Historic 25th St., and sits across the street from St. Joseph’s Cathedral.