Stillwater's historic Ivory McKusick House hits the market
Want to own a bright pink piece of local history? The Ivory McKusick House in Stillwater is on the market for $825,000.
Background: The 3,132-square-foot home was built in 1872 for McKusick, a local lumberman and surveyor whose family founded Stillwater's first sawmill. It's now on the National Register of Historic Places and included in local historic tours.
- The four-bedroom, three-bath house has modern amenities like a new roof and kitchen makeover, while still keeping the original "Second Empire" architecture intact, said realtor Wendy Gimpel.
Plus: The property has a completely renovated barn, which now serves as an extra space for entertaining.
Go deeper: Check out the listing and video tour here.
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