MANY GREAT THINGS HAPPENED IN THE YEAR 1921

Jan 3 1921 Amelia Earhart takes first flying lesson
In the 1921 World Series, the New York Giants beat the New York Yankees five games to three. 
Jul 27 1921  Insulin is Discovered
August The United States formally ends World War 1, declaring a peace with Germany.

AND....Many great homes were built . This is one of those homes. The 1921 Victorian design as well as quality
 materials was used and is evident in the beautiful hardwood flooring, 6-8" oak baseboards, beautiful
woodwork and more. The arched framing on the front porch is a great
aesthetic feature that draws your eyes
to this nice home. The enclosed observation porch on the second level is
spacious and a place to quietly do your
reading while taking in the activity on the block.



                      Just inside the front door an small entry welcomes you and allows a place for your coat.


 Spacious front room with large North windows  as well as East and West windows makes this a light and refreshing room. 
You will find plenty of room for your larger pieces as well. Note the beautiful hardwood flooring.


  The formal dining room features a box bay window as well as a Southern faced window that again fills this room with 
   a lot of natural light. This large room will accommodate larger family gatherings. Beautiful hardwood flooring as
   well as large oak baseboard trims this room with a true richness. The area rugs have protected these great floors from
   wear that can usually be seen in this era of home.



              The kitchen has seen changes since the 1920's as appliance needs and space for all of our enhanced cooking tools evolved.
This is a spacious kitchen as seen in the photos there is room for your less formal dining or just possibly you may see yourself placing
an island here for additional workspace. The appliances will remain with the home causing a new owner the savings of purchasing
a new set.


    This parlor room is found just off the formal dining room. Was possibly used in the 20's as a reading room or family room
as the more formal front room could of possibly been used only to converse with guest. Most recently it was used as a main floor
bedroom as the bedrooms were originally placed on the second floor.  The main floor bath is just off this room.


 As the need arose to have this walk in tub put in for the resident the older tub was removed. A new owner may just love this
comfortable new bathing experience. There is room on the second floor for a possible bath placement if a second bath is


Bedrooms on the second floor will both hold larger furniture, two shown  with the third being used as a upper floor
sitting/TV room. Shown below.


      This could be used as your third bedroom on the second floor. Two Closets in the upper hall just off the bedrooms


                           The upper observation room is spacious and will easily house your nice chairs or setees.


                                                 Oak Baseboard in the home                                                              Entablature


                                          Twin Concrete Planters                                        Beautifully maintained Scallop Decorative Element


                                     Interior Doors                                                                 Hardwood Flooring

                                      Just a few teasers as to the architectural elements in and around this home.


This great home is located close to our downtown area (walking distance), only 3.5 blocks from the
library, 2-3 Blocks from the local schools, 1 block from the new courthouse and Historical courthouse.
The old garage has been removed making room for a newer one if desired.

Make your appointment to see this great home today. Shown Exclusively through
Carol Blocker, GRI Broker.  Office phone 785-562-4044  email : blockerealty@bluevalley.net