Save this old house. It has been on the market for years, but we can only hope that the New Year will find a family who will love and restore this home.
The John A. Northcott family was the first owners of this home. John owned an auto dealership and lived here with his wife Mamie, son Thornton, and daughters Lula Northcott Imogin and Helen Northcott Jordan until his death in 1943. Helen appears have to have lived in the house until her death in 1972. The house is in such bad shape, could it be that Helen was the last inhabitant?
Save this old house. NORTHCOTT-JORDAN HOUSE-CIRCA 1890-READY FOR RESTORATION. This home features asymmetrical massing, irregular roof shape and decorative detailing. A two story bay and full width one story wrap porch dominate the facade. The steeply pitched side gabled roof is pierced by two projecting front gables & covered with an extant stamped metal roof. The house is decorated by two circular stained glass windows in the front roof gables, decorative brackets along the cornice, two over two sash windows, full transom & sidelights & fluted columns with Scamozzi capitals. The interior contains both heart of pine and oak flooring, 3 decorative mantles with beveled mirrors,French doors, ornate door surrounds. OWNER IS READY TO SELL! MAKE AN OFFER!