This “Heritage Inventory Project” home is identified as “Cultural Heritage Value”, without all the heritage restrictions, located in quaint Osgoode Village. It’s Main St. location lends itself to a variety of possible uses and is close to amenities. Built in 1912 by Joseph Allen Moses, this home showcases distinctive architectural style and design. Filled with character, from the “Moses Block” exterior construction, to the original wood flooring and trim, wood columns in the dining room, 9.5 ft ceilings and the white wood grain cabinets with center island in the kitchen. The irregular lot is partially fenced, with cedar hedges, a deck and a 20’ x 13’ veranda. A two-storey addition is the perfect in-law suite, with a large main floor living room with birch flooring, 3pc bath, a second floor primary room, full basement with another room and roughed-in bath. Last but certainly not least, the detached garage/barn with a loft and main floor workshop. Interior photos taken prior to tenancies
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