Quality built classic 1960's era rancher on a picturesque homesite with some woods and spectacular views on over a half acre homesite. Enter living room with solid oak hardwood floors & large picture windows. Original wood kitchen with many cabinets that could easily be refurbished, painted, stained, and or new hardware, instagram will inspire you or vintage purists use exactly as is. spacious rooms, good dreaming bedrooms! Faux marble bathroom, very functional with everything you need. So out of style its in, pureist vintage lovers use it as it is for the unique vintage style, or renovate for extra value. Full cement basement with retro cool influences. Good, for an old school naughty pine office. Step back from the 60's and have your own speakeasy in the basement bar with faux red brick wall. Second bathroom in basement will take you back to the industrial revolution with its "Pittsburgh Toilet" (See bottom) It's functional when needed and will be appriciated. This Groovy offer has served the same family for many years as time passed it has become a long term investment. The property consists of two tracks of land. The home is in the columbia school district, the rear trackt is in west hempfield how cool is that? Check with both zonings for potential to divide and or build for the inlaws or granny flat if permitted? Renter is ready to pass the torch for new owners to enjoy another 50+ years in the home they loved so dearly. Pittsburg toilet definition from Wikipedia "A Pittsburgh toilet, or Pittsburgh potty, is a common fixture in pre-World War II houses built in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States and the surrounding region. It consists of an ordinary flush toilet installed in the basement, with no surrounding walls. Most of these toilets are paired with a crude basement shower apparatus and large sink, which often doubles as a laundry basin. Also, because western Pennsylvania is a steep topographical zone, many basements have their rent entryway, allowing homerenters to enter from their yard or garage, cleanse themselves in their basement, and then ascend their basement stairs refreshed. Its primary function was to serve as a cleanup station for steel mill workers to clean themselves after returning from work. The toilet fixtures would also limit the harm of sewage backups in hilly Pittsburgh, providing a lower, flushable outlet than the main part of the house. EMAILS MUST HAVE A CONTACT NUMBER TO GET A RESPONSE.
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