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Barbara was excellent to work with - she responded promptly to all emails/calls/texts and was very informative about the process for first time home buyers. She brings a wealth of local knowledge to the table and was very supportive throughout. Would highly recommend!Shaelyn Bouchard
The Susan Moore House circa 1837/1919, built by Architect Henry Russell Warren. Originally built as a Greek Revival in 1837 the home underwent an extensive renovation with additions in 1919. A Bristol beauty in the heart of downtown. From the large gracious front porch to the private back yard this home is a gem. The house features much of the original 1919 detail with a very open 1st fl. plan. As you enter from the fantastic front porch through the front Dutch door and tour there is a fireplace, a large stained glass window, a stunning crystal chandelier, parquet wood floors throughout the first floor and more. The upper floor has detailed hardwoods, a large master with an decorative leaded clear window, two additional beds and a sitting room with a second fireplace. The home has had updates: roofs, storm windows, porch reconstruction, and electrical. As the photos show cosmetic updates have not been done to the kitchen and baths but all is in working order. The back lawn is good size with cedar privacy fencing , there is a garage, plenty of off street parking, covered patio. The home is being offered "as is"and is priced below the assessed value. A rare opportunity invites you to own a home in this sought after location, downtown Bristol.