PRICED TO SELL - Built in 1876, this Victorian Charmer is listed in the National Register of Historic Places & is waiting for you to bring it back to its original grandeur. Known as the Ratcliff-Baynum house, this jewel was built with attention to detail by a Milford shipyard carpenter for Mr. Henry Baynum, a railroad agent, & his wife Mary Ratcliff. This home is a classic two story, side hall, frame building with gable roofed with dormer & rear two story gable wing. It has all the magic of Victorian charm replete with pocket doors, window seats, high ceilings, 3 fireplaces, large sitting rooms, large bedrooms, charming skeleton key door entry sets, White Oak hand-carved fireplace mantels & “out of the way” places for storage & other uses - all providing an iconic feel of the Victorian era. And it boasts a lovely yard filled with crepe myrtle, boxwood and hydrangea and other flowering plants. This home is a find for all with a love of adventure & tradition. Make it YOURS!.
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