224 S Wolf Creek Street
Brookville, OH 45309
Amazing home in the heart of Brookville. Directly across the street from Ward Park. Off street parking, detached garage, fenced yard and in-ground swimming pool. Large front porch welcomes you home. Entering into the large living room, you'll notice the preserved wood trim, doors and hardware. Pass through dining room leads to the kitchen, overlooking the backyard and pool area. The first floor also has the owner's bedroom with a newly remodeled en-suite along with the warranty that stays with the home. Upstairs, 2 additional bedrooms, plus full bath, provides additional guest, family or home office space. Full basement includes new HVAC, cold cellar under the porch and plenty of storage space. Updates include new HVAC and AC 2021, windows in 2014, new glass-block basement windows 2021, new water heater 2021, roof in 2012 and pool liner in 2019. The fenced back yard has a huge deck space to enjoy the pool and for entertaining guests. Along with a screened in back porch and new chimney flute added in 2021. Don't miss your chance. Schedule a showing today!
Directions to this Listing: Head northwest on S Wolf Creek St toward E Westbrook Rd. Destination will be on the left.
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- MLS#: 1020901
- Type: Single Family
- Appliances:Range, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Disposal, Gas Water Heater
- Basement Type:Full, Unfinished
- Cooling:Central Air
- Heating:Forced Air, Natural Gas
- Lot Description:50x162
- Outside:Porch, Deck, Fenced, In Ground Pool
- School District:Brookville Local
- Sewer:Public Sewer
- Water:Supplied Water
- Bedroom 2:14x13 (Level: )
- Bedroom 3:17x15 (Level: )
- Bedroom 4:15x12 (Level: )
- Dining Room:14x14 (Level: )
- Kitchen:17x6 (Level: )
- Office:7x6 (Level: )
This listing courtesy of Tami Holmes (937) 907-1107 , Corcoran Global Living (800) 722-2585
More than 6000 people call the roughly three square miles of Brookville home. At one time, Brookville was primarily a farming community, and still retains much pride in its homegrown roots, but easier transportation has opened its doors to diversity, and growth is now evident.