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Description: In the 1870's, many of Marietta's prominent citizens & distinguished leaders lived in gracious homes overlooking the Park & Muskingum River. One of Marietta's oldest homes, this Italianate/Victorian home dates back to 1873 when built by a riverboat Captain for his wife so that she could see his ship returning from sea. Towering trees watch over this large 12 room home with full basement. The spacious front parlor, living room & dining room have working gas fireplaces. Kitchen & breakfast rooms offer wide-pine flooring. Two open-railed staircases lead from the main floor to the 5/6 bedroom second floor. This home has documented history that shows it has been family owned since the 1870's & has been rented in the past but this is the first time on the sales market in over 130 years. This home is a show-stopper with so many superb details: wonderful high ceilings, pretty hard-wood floors, magnificent mantels & gorgeous moldings throughout. Find comfort & serenity relaxing on the front porch in your rocker or swing overlooking Muskingum Park & River. Or take the short walk to shopping beautiful downtown Marietta's quaint stores. Large corner property on three city lots has a single-car detached garage but plenty of room to build bigger. Property can be commercial. In fact, the house is pictured in the popular watercolor "Sunday Visitor 1875" by Michael Dickinson.

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