205 Columbia Street, Cumberland, MD 21502
Source: Coldwell Banker.
Okay, my antique brass bed is crying out to be moved under the exposed turret of this historic 1896 Wright Butler House. I can just imagine reading a good book as I occasionally look up into the eaves or out the beautiful bay window to ponder some gem I’ve just read. I’ll have time to read here, because I won’t have to spend too much time spackling, painting, refinishing floors, bathrooms and kitchens, because much of the work on this 4-bedroom, 2-bath, brick beauty has already been done.
Realtor comments: “This Victorian home offers plenty of living space. It features hard-wood throughout, 3 fireplaces/mantels, 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, newer kitchen and built-in bookcases. The home has a large front porch. The back yard is fenced. The washer/dryer hookups are on the main level. The home is on the National Register of Historic Places and is known as the Wright Butler House. It was erected in the late 1890’s by Wright Butler, one of Cumberland’s leading architects at the turn of the century. Among his architectural designs are the Allegheny County Court house and the Masonic Temple. The home may qualify for Cumberland Historic District Financial Assistance Programs.”
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