At last, this turn of the century home has been completely renovated! The interior of the home is based on the Victorian central-block plan with projecting bays in the dining room and entry foyer. All of which has been restored with rich colors and modern lighting, Mosaic tile in the fully updated kitchen, with a picture box window, all new appliance package, new gas lines for gas range, gas dryer hookups, All new bathrooms and matte black/brass fixtures. All the Ornate Victorian woodwork, staircase, handcrafted balusters, newels, and paneling have ALL been restored! The fully finished basement features two bedrooms, egress windows, and a bathroom. New plumbing and electrical including a new panel is 100% up to code, furnace, water heater and all New ducting through out the home. There is 3 bedrooms on the second floor with a master on suite, separate soaker tub and custom shower with bench and tile surround, custom 72'' double vanity, marble top and brass faucets, exhaust fans in all bathrooms, his & hers walk in closets with built ins. The gorgeous wood floors run through the entire 1st and 2nd floor. The spiral staircase is a show piece all on its own, leading up to the 500+ sqft bonus room, featuring a beautiful eyelet window that faces the east Ogden Mountains. Exposed brick new carpet, railing, lighting, and duct work. This space has endless opportunities. The Hall bathroom also has beautiful exposed brick wall, modern vanity and light with waterfall glass in the window matte black faucet, and mosaic tile floor. All bedrooms have mountain views! A 40x40 custom free standing deck covers almost the entire back yard, gas line for a above ground fire pit is ready to connect! This space creates a totally private oasis. Garage has new windows, doors and roof and is extra wide, extra deep for a full work shop. The RV parking area has been completely cleaned up and is ready to pour concrete to add even more private parking space. Grass seed all around. This home is Turn key! Cahoon home History: Designed by Ogden architect, William W. Fife. It's builder was Thomas J. Poorman who designed this French and Gothic/English Mid-Victorian architecture. We never did find it, but it is said a beam in the attic is inscribed by him. Ferdinand & Emma LaFrentz were first to occupy the home. The couple had three children: Olga, Arthur & Hazel (who was born in the home). Mr. LaFrentz was a man of means, working in the business of finance and real estate. He later published a book of poetry called "Cowboy stuff". Later the home belonged to Leland H. Creer, President of Weber College from 1935-37. Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.
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