The Ehrlich-Immendorf House is being offered for sale. This beautiful historical home was built in 1898. The stunning Queen Anne styed home is on the list of buildings designed by late-19th- and early-20th-century catalog architect, George Franklin Barber (1854–1915) and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was owned by the Ehrlich family and features elaborate moldings, staircase, tin ceilings, hand-selected floor boards, and stained glass windows. This home contains mantels and doors that were saved when the first home on this lot burned. The dining room is large enough to seat 50 people. A fun fact about this home is that the Ehrlich-Immendorf House was the first home in Decatur County with electricity. The Immendorf Family have lovingly maintained this 100 plus year old home by keeping it’s austere grandeur while updating the home in 2017 with the installation of a new 5 ton HVAC system and in 2019 installed the new architectural styled slate roof. This spacious home is over 5,500 square feet ,has a large back yard, outbuildings, and plenty of porches. You truly must see this “one of a kind home” in person to fully appreciate.

EXTERIOR: Fenced Back Yard, Workshop Wired, Deck, Porch Covered, Storage Building, Hot Tub

PARKING: Carport, Parking Pad, Detached, Double

WATERFRONT: None

APPLIANCES: Cook Top Electric, Refrigerator, Oven-Double, Oven-Wall

UTILITIES: Electricity Connected, Sewer Connected, Water Connected

DIRECTIONS:

Located in Bainbridge on Shotwell Street west of the intersection of Scott and Shotwell on the south side. Look for Sign.

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