The beautiful McRae-Raehn House was originally built in the 1880s as a farmhouse. Tucked away in the Lake Copeland Historic District, the three bedroom, two bathroom home was remodeled in the 1920s when it was transformed into more of a Colonial Revival aesthetic. It is the oldest remaining home in the neighborhood.

The 2,555 SF home sits on a large 13,050 SF lot, with nearly a third of that in the back yard with its own large wooden deck.

The front entryway opens to a staircase with hemlock balusters that leads to the second level, which is where all three of the bedrooms are located.

The home features crown molding, three fireplaces, glass-front cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and high ceilings.

The asking price is $375,000.

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Brendan O'Connor

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