Fairmont, WV Real Estate News

By Jane Peterson
This historical home which is also known as the "Senator Shingleton" house was built by a wealthy businessman in 1926 and is filled with solid golden oak floors and built ins including bookcases surrounding the gas log fireplace and a breakfast nook. Formal dining room, formal and large living room, family room, home theater room (can also be used as in law apartment with kitchenette and 50 gallon built in fish tank) separate laundry room, finished attic, french doors abound (one pocket). Newer appliance in kitchen including m/w, range, fridge, dishwasher, all in stainless steel/black. Views of mountains and the city lights from this professional neighborhood near FSU and Fairmont Senior High. Easy access to 1-79 via new connector. Lots of parking from paved alley in back...long drivewa...
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