This property is a piece of Salisbury History! The Coughenour House is a 1st period house in preservation terms, indicating that very little in this historic home has been altered. Built by William Coughenhour, it is still owned by his descendants. This high end Tutor Style home is a real historic jewel with quarter-sawn oak paneling throughout. The mantle pieces are exquisite. Home has partial basement which is dry with concrete floor. There is a 2018 dated gas furnace. One of the A/C units is also newer. Room currently used as library could be main level bedroom and has a full bath with walk-in shower beside it. Lovely front porch for entertaining in desirable West Square! Alley is available to rear of property and there is room behind the house to add parking or even a carriage house or garage. Property is in Historic District and changes need to be approved by Historic Preservation Commission. House is also in Downtown Salisbury Business District for tax purposes.
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