It’s one of those big, beautiful homes on South Hanover Street that was built in 1890 and has seen a lot of Carlisle history ride by it over the years. Downstairs, the ceilings are 11 feet high, the windows allow volumes of light into the house, the door, window and baseboard trim are wide and impressive, and the crown molding in the huge rooms demands your attention. It is presently a 3 unit building with one unit downstairs (great for the owner), and 2 units upstairs to help pay for the mortgage. There are separate gas and electric meters for each unit, and the water is all on one meter. It would make an incredible home if it was made back into a single unit. Just a couple of blocks to the square, however, the yard is a beautiful retreat where you’ll forget you’re almost downtown, and you can park in your two car garage for even more convenience. Come own a piece of Carlisle history.
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