Century-old home offers meticulously restored charm on 7-plus acres

Aug. 14, 2019

This paid Executive Home is sponsored by 605 Real Estate.

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to own an exquisitely restored historic home on a secluded acreage.

Located at 46545 269th St. just west of Sioux Falls, this four-bedroom, four-bathroom home was built in 1908 near Centerville and moved to its current location in 1989.

“It’s been completely restored and is in just impeccable condition,” listing agent Anita Wetsch said.

Updates include all new brick and stone exterior, wiring, plumbing, hail-rated shingles, new storm windows and Trex® decks.

A custom cherry kitchen was added in 2010, offering upgraded appliances and a center island.

“You enjoy all those modern updates but in a home that retains so much of its original charm,” Wetsch said.

“You see it in the original hardwood floors and woodwork and window transoms and in one-of-a-kind features like a stained glass window and unique tin ceiling.”

The home includes a formal dining room, office and wet bar.

There are three bedrooms on one level plus a laundry room, and there are two options that can serve as a master bedroom – one on the second floor and one on the third floor.

“The architecture and design truly set this home apart,” Wetsch said. “There are unexpected extra touches everywhere you look.”

The property includes a 28-by-32-foot, two-story hay barn with a horse stall and electric fence, as well as a triple garage.

“If you’re a horse lover or if you simply love the outdoors, you need to see this home,” Wetsch said. “You’re surrounded by privacy on land covered by mature trees but still close to everything you need in Sioux Falls.”

This Executive Home is listed for $679,000. An open house will be held from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Sept 14. 

For information, contact Anita Wetsch at 605-310-1481 or anita@anitawetsch.com.

Century-old home offers meticulously restored charm on 7-plus acres

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to own an exquisitely restored historic home on a secluded acreage.

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