1915 Craftsman listed on the Jefferson County Historic Register as the Bissell House. This home has 9 foot ceilings. The original wood work is amazing: thick oak baseboards, tiger oak flooring down, smooth-opening pocket doors with windows, walnut doors upstairs. No carpet in this house. A full basement has a painted floor, laundry and 1/2 bath. The kitchen has a large walk in pantry and a desk area that looks into the back yard. Bedrooms are upstairs with generous and updated closets. The sunroom has a red tile floor, tongue and groove wood ceiling, 3 walls of windows and a gas fireplace. Energy efficient Carrier hybrid AC units. PEX plumbing in 2018. The back yard is fenced, has a cool original rock retaining wall, and has a large flat area for entertaining and gardening. The 2-story, 2-car detached garage was built in 2007. The lower level of the garage has a workshop, storage, and makes a great storm shelter because the concrete block cells are poured solid and have rebar.