This historical home dates back to 1846 and was known as the Gaylord Inn. It was moved to this beautiful serene location in the 1950’s where it’s nestled on a 1.36 acre wooded site in Silver Lake Village. Walking trails are on the perimeter of this property, while tennis, a playground and park are a 5 minute stroll down the lane. The large foyer has a winding stairway to the second floor, while there is another set of stairs off the kitchen to the second floor. The interior offers 9 foot ceilings on both the first and second floors, with large rooms on each floor. There is a full bathroom accessed between two secondary bedrooms, while the owner’s bedroom has access to the hall bathroom. The home is cedar sided and offers a southern colonial 2 story front porch with pillars where you can enjoy the flower gardens. The quaint country kitchen has newer appliances and the laundry appliances, on the first floor and in the basement can remain. The screened porch is another great relaxing area for morning coffee, as it faces east, or a shady spot in the evening. This is the first time offered for sale in 60 years. Some of the outdoor carvings will stay with the property.
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