Description: It's rare that a house can tug at your heart strings but when it happens it's very special. This beauty does exactly that with her charm and character. A very important piece of Port Ryerse's history, 25 King St. North was built in 1836 on land originally granted to Samuel Ryerse, made its way to the Smith family in 1900 and then in 1979, the Beamer family. The main floor features a breathtaking 2 storey Family Room with a woodstove tucked into one of the original fireplaces, the Kitchen, Dining Room, Office, Sun porch and 3 Pc Bath. Making your way up the staircase to the second floor you can almost imagine those who went before you. There are 4 Bedrooms and one of the unique things about them is the second Master; one has a Fireplace and the other a wall of closets (and a dressing sink). Ensuite access to the 4 Pc bath is a treat in an older home and having 2 full baths is definitely a modern convenience. Speaking of which... a forced air gas furnace and central air definitely make this a best of both worlds choice. Sitting pretty on 2 acres with a barn begging for you to make something special of it, you'll find yourself in a peaceful hamlet surrounded by possibilities. If you love Heritage homes you really do owe it to yourself to visit, don't wait.
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