101 W Chestnut Street

101 W Chestnut StreetCarlisle, KY 40311
$125,900 Single family

MLS# 605466
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Prestigious historical brick home located on a corner lot close to downtown Carlisle. The owners have made this once upon a time doctor's office a beautiful home with lots of room and storage space! They have painted the entire home, added some new flooring, put a roof over the upper balcony and added a new metal roof on the home. Lots of natural light throughout. Main floor has the laundry, bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen with a cute breakfast area, and half bath. Second floor has bedrooms and full bath and a kitchen. YES....Both floors have a kitchen!! Beautifully landscaped and fenced yard. Includes a quaint carriage house with beautiful new wood doors and electric! Come view the charm and character this home offers!

Directions to this Listing: Broadway to W. Chestnut. Home on corner of W Chestnut and N Locust Streets
Property & Home Details
Sq. Ft.
Nicholas County
School District
Nicholas County
Dryer, Refrigerator, Washer, Electric Range
Part Finished, Unfinished
Basement Type:
Central Air
Garage spaces:
Forced Air
Inside Features:
Built-in Features, Chandelier, Multi Panel Doors, High Ceilings, Pantry
Lot description:
.15 Acre
Balcony, Fence
On Street
School district:
Nicholas County
Public Sewer
Bathroom 1:
10 x 10 (Level: Second)
Bathroom 2:
7 x 4 (Level: First)
Bedroom 1:
11 x 10 (Level: First)
Bedroom 2:
18 x 16 (Level: Second)
Bedroom 3:
18 x 16 (Level: Second)
Bedroom 4:
10 x 8 (Level: Second)
Breakfast Room:
8 x 6 (Level: First)
Dining Room:
15 x 15 (Level: First)
16 x 9 (Level: First)
10 x 10 (Level: First)
Living Room:
17 x 15 (Level: First)
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Carlisle, KY 40311

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