This historic home was built in 1857 by John Henry Dearborn Johnson who was the son of Col. John Johnson the original horse hitching post still remains at the curb side. The original home has 12 foot ceilings with large formal rooms but there have been additions over the years. The living room has a bowed window along with high baseboards and plaster crown moldings. The large dining room has a built-in buffet and storage cabinets and a sliding door to the 15x15 side private patio. The spacious kitchen has a beamed ceiling and plenty of counter and cabinet space and large enough for a table and chairs. The electric breaker box is to the left of the refrigerator and the 1/2 bath is nearby. The study has wood paneling, beamed ceiling, decorative fireplace and bookshelves along with door access to the side patio. The carpeted family room has crown moldings and access door to a large fenced rear yard. The first floor laundry is very convenient. Just off the back staircase is a storage space and a floor doorway to the unfinished basement. The main bedroom has a full bathroom and vanity desk and sink. One of four bedrooms has wood flooring and another has larger double door closets and bookshelf. The other full bathroom upstairs is located to the front of the home. The rear yard can be lit-up after dark with flood lights. The single door 2+ car garage has an electric door opener and accessed off the back alley. This home is a Piqua treasure waiting for you.
Piqua City SD
20 x 13
20 x 13
20 x 13
20 x 13
Crawl Space, Partial
2 Car, Detached, Opener
Forced Air, Natural Gas
18 x 6
23 x 13
15 x 15
14 x 13
18 x 13
13 x 12
Garbage Disposal, Dishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator, Range
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