Distinctive architectural vision converted this barn first into the American Legion headquarters in 1948, which it served until 1966, and then into a two-family home with separate entrances and utilities. Currently, this charming home functions as a single-family home although it could easily revert back to a legal two family as the utilities still remain separate and there is plenty of off-street parking. Conveniently located just a block from Broad Street in Hopewell Borough, original character was retained both outside and in many rooms. Although in need of a little TLC, many improvements were already undertaken. An addition added a spacious and modern kitchen that opens to the backyard and patio, and a laundry/mudroom with a full bath on the first floor. One of four bedrooms is located on the first floor and there are three more upstairs with another full bath. However, if returning this home to a two-family is on your wish list, the designation of rooms could be rearranged allowing for two bedrooms and a full bath on each level. There is a lot of versatility in this incredibly delightful in towner and it is priced to sell!
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