Take a look at my new listing in Evansville, WI. 210 W Church Street is a cozy ready to move in home that is located in the Historic District of Evansville within easy walking distance of downtown and schools.
This freshly painted 2 bedroom 1.5 bathroom home is a must see for the value! The homes Greek Revival architecture provides great curb appeal!
The current owners have taken the time to make many updates to improve comfort, safety, and energy efficiency while
still maintaining the charm of an older home. You will enjoy modern amenities such as a tankless water heater, remodeled bathrooms, & 1st floor laundry with HE front loading washer and dryer.
The backyard is spacious and has wood privacy fencing. This home has mature maple trees and many fruiting plants such as raised beds full of strawberries, raspberries, and currants along with pear and apple trees. There is plenty of space to play, relax, and entertain in this beautiful backyard.
Evansville has a population of around 5000. The neighbords have a strong sense of community. Residents gather often for concerts, festivals, and celebrations. The City of Evansville has over 58 acres of park and recreation open space. Five neighborhood parks and Leonard Leota Park. In the heart of this park is Lake Leota, a 40-acre, stream-fed body of water for canoeing, (limited) motorized boating (electric motors only), fishing, and ice-skating.
The Wisconsin Historical Society has identified Evansville as home to “the finest collection of 1840s to 1915 architecture of any small town in Wisconsin.” Recent re-installation of the original brick paved Main Street is a signature revitalization project. Many downtown business owners have undertaken major building restorations, with several projects receiving historic preservation awards. Evansville has four gas stations, several banks, a full-sized grocery store, and several specialty shops and restaurants.
Please contact me at 608-335-8798 if you would like to see this charming home.
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