3 Beds 1 Baths 6458264 MLS 1,226 SqFt.
Historic 1915 Estate property nestled in the foothills of Warren - The City Beautiful. A fantastic location in the quiet Black Knob View neighborhood on a low traffic street with great neighbors. Mature deciduous shade trees surround the property which is situated on an oversized parcel (a lot and a half). Ground level entrance at the back of the house, and two small steps up to the front porch. 3 bedrooms with a large ensuite bathroom featuring a full sized antique clawfoot tub, dual vintage vanities, and an antique armoire for linens. The open concept floor plan features three big picture windows that provide beautiful natural light and views. Vintage old growth knotty pine tongue and groove planks throughout, also featuring beautifully restored antique doors with local history. The front porch is the perfect gathering place for morning coffee and an evening beverage. The back patio is a great space for recreation, dining al fresco, gardening, a nap in a hammock, or perhaps a hot tub? There is a "bonus" room with enough space for an additional bathroom, huge walk-in closet, or laundry room. New roof in 2020. Dream big because this house still has a lot of untapped potential! All armoires (4) are included in the sale of the house. Other furnishings and decorative items may be available for sale under separate contract. Pet free, non-smoking home. Lot is large enough to park an RV and there is plentiful off-street parking for your vehicles and recreational toys. Concrete & steel support piers placed under the house Updated electrical: smoke/carbon monoxide alarms hard wired. Entire house put on a GF circuit interrupter. Installed antique living room light fixtures. Three new ceiling fans - one in each bedroom. Three antique light fixtures were added to the bathroom. Two new light fixtures in the kitchen. Antique hall light. New motion detector light on front porch. New outdoor light fixture on the back of the house. New exterior electrical outlet on the back of the house. Extensive work in the attic to bring existing wiring/connections up to code. New vinyl windows installed in White Room (3). One large picture window on the dining room wall. The entire back wall in the dining room was torn down and rebuilt. New drywall and beadboard wainscotting installed on the interior. New electrical. Hardi Board siding was used on the exterior wall. New Smart Core waterproof vinyl flooring in bathroom, hallway, and White Room Bathroom remodeled extensively. New toilet, refinished antique tub that was salvaged from a house on Spring Canyon, replaced crappy particle board vanities and medicine cabinets, repaired/replaced portions of the sub-floor, and braced under the house to support the additional weight of the new tub and vanities. High end reproduction hardware on the tub. Hand made copper surround for shower curtain. New Smart Core waterproof vinyl tiles. New wood trim/moulding. New mirrors over vanities, and metal ornaments added over vanities and hall door. Replaced four doors. Two new solid core wooden doors were used on the Master bedroom - one door to the bathroom, and the other to the hallway. They were hand finished to look a bit aged, and to match the existing pine planks. The only original door of the house that could be salvaged was placed in the back bedroom. The door on the White Room was salvaged from a house that was torn down locally. There was no existing door on the "bonus" room which was being used by the previous tenants as a closet. I added two barn doors in the hallway for the "bonus" room and the bathroom. The doors were salvaged from Lowell School (circa 1930s).It took 5 doors in various states of disrepair to produce two good doors. The privacy glass is original. There are a few extra panes and trim pieces I saved that will go with the house if needed for repairs in the future. Porch lattice was replaced with vinyl, along with new wood rails/frames, and one of the decorative roof supports was replaced, and hand cut by an artisan to match the existing ones. The White Room was gutted down to the studs and rafters. It was originally the front porch of the house before the addition some time in the 50s or 60s. New vinyl windows (3), updated electric, new ceiling fan with light fixtures. Added some unique antique salvaged items that were sourced locally. The tin ceiling tiles, and the wooden sideboard/buffet piece that hangs above the window. Beadboard, crown moulding, and baseboards were added. Insulation was added where possible in both the walls and the ceiling. Carpet in great room was professionally cleaned 8/2022 A kazillion brads, nails, staples, hooks, and screws were pulled from the wood walls and ceilings.I even found a treasured heirloom nailed above the top of a door, and was able to return it to its owner. New roof in 2020, under warranty for another three years.. All major renovations done by licensed contractors, and signed off by the City of Bisbee Building Inspector. A steampunk handrail made from salvaged pipe and wood was added to the front steps. It was done for free by a friend who wanted to assist my elderly mother when she visited to view the progress on the house. I love it! A super deluxe rural style mailbox on a 6 x 6 post replaced the old one which was small and super wobbly. Reflectors were added as a precaution against people backing into it, because it is SOLID! I also added reflectors to the telephone pole on the easement for guests who might park there for the same reason. Safety first! The water heater works great, but a thermal blanket was added to improve efficiency during the cold months.. The Trees of Heaven were trimmed heavily. We removed as much as we could from branches that were WAY over in neighbors yards on all three sides. They were cut to the ground in the front of the house along the easement when we first bought the property, but we decided we liked the privacy they provide from the street, so we let them grow back. What you see there is only two years of growth!

214 Black Knob View, Bisbee

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