An excellent opportunity to own this historic Cherokee Triangle home, one of the earliest constructed in the area! The first home built on Everett Avenue, on land originally owned by Joshua Speed and adjacent to Cave Hill cemetery, this stately brick home presents a wonderful opportunity! The large front porch is the perfect spot to enjoy the idyllic neighborhood. Step inside and put your imagination to work! The property could be a fabulously restored single family residence or a perfect multi-family investment opportunity. Entertaining is a breeze on the first floor with gorgeous entry hall, large living room, spacious formal dining room, and eat-in kitchen. There are two bedrooms, one with a bonus room, as well as a full bath and laundry area on this level. Previously used as a duplex, the second floor features a living room, two bedrooms, bathroom, and eat-in kitchen. Opportunity knocks on the unfinished third floor attic space - lots of potential for more living area! An unexpected bonus, the 2nd floor studio, accessed via a rear staircase and deck, has a bathroom and space for a small living/bedroom combination. Long admired as a special home in the Cherokee Triangle, this house is ready for new owners and its next chapter in the history books!
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Loan and interest only. Taxes and insurance not included.
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