The Charles E. Moser House is an American Foursquare plan dwelling constructed in 1903 with a dignified presence along Ekin Avenue. The two-and-a-half-story buff brick residence, believed to be the work of New Albany contractors Stephen Day & Sons, features a distinctive red clay tile pyramidal roof with a broad central hipped roof dormer with three-part decorative window sash grouping that dominates the house's front facade. A full-width hipped roof front porch is supported by buff brick piers with a contrasting stone cap set on rusticated concrete block piers. Paired French doors mark the house's entrance and a beveled- and leaded-glass transom window is located above the front parlor plate glass window. A one-story gabled side porch and two-story bay window define the house's east elevation and paired, diamond-paned, stained-glass windows are found on the house's west side, illuminating the stairwell within. This home has been meticulously maintained and boasts of a 400 amp upgraded electrical service. 2 Full detached garages and covered brick patio opens to a large treed lot. Orignal draperies adorn the parlor and pocket doors lead to the beamed ceiling formal dining room. The entry invites visitors with its exquisitely constructed wood built-in seating area. An original statue and light greet those traveling up the front staircase while a private back staircase allows for movement to the more inner workings of the home. 100-year roof -new 2010. Solid Brass Gutters.
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|10/10/2018 10:25:00 AM||New Value: $420,000|