Listed by Hourihane, Cormier & Assoc
Rarely does an opportunity to own a beauty like this come around. A Stately Brick Colonial in one of Rochester's most desirable in-town neighborhoods. This home, lovingly maintained since it was built in 1941 by Rochester's beloved Doc Barcomb, was featured in Michael Behrendt's book about architectural gems in Rochester. Several original features have been updated with a careful eye towards maintaining the original character of the home. New bathroom fixtures compliment and enhance the original art deco mosaics. Original wall paper still adorns the Dining room and one of the four large bedrooms. A great home for a growing family, with two full baths and a half bath, a formal dining room, comfortable sun porch, cozy den, finished basement for a game room, wine closet, fire place, attached two car garage. You've got to see this one. They just don't build them like this anymore!!!