Charming 1900’s home with tons of character and a spacious layout (4 bedrooms, 1 bath) and 1, 588 finished sq ft above grade! The home needs some work, but offers a great opportunity for a future owner or investor looking to add value with some sweat equity. Some features include the beautiful hardwood flooring, tall ceiling height and historic woodwork throughout. The sale includes the kitchen appliances, the lower level washer and dryer, along with the lower level freezer & dehumidifier. All 4 of the bedrooms are on the second floor with a full bath with a claw-foot tub. Unfinished basement with forced air furnace (no central A/C) and an updated water heater (replaced in 2016). The home sits on a 0.17-acre lot with alley access to the gravel off-street parking area (space for 2 – 3 vehicles depending on sizes), walking distance to downtown Wausau. The home is being sold in as is condition. Per the condition of the home – conventional financing or a cash purchase strongly recommended. Schedule your showing today!
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From the 1940s to the 1970s, this was the home of Dr. Richard C. Shannon (1914-2007) and his wife, Ruth Sanderson Shannon. After graduating from medical school, he served in the military as a Major Medical Corporal from 1942 to 1946 and received a Bronze Star. After the war he was a general surgeon until 1972, then he worked in the ER for the next 10 years. He also was chief of staff at St. Mary’s Hospital in Wausau.
The good doctor and his wife raised their four children in this home, Richard G., Thomas, Katherine and William.