USA Illinois Springfield Listing #106265

Clarkson W Freeman House - Springfield, IL

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Max. occupancy: 8 1 queen bed, 3 double beds 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms No pets 
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Historical Home w/ Modern Conveniences w/ Porches

Originally built in 1878, the Clarkson W. Freeman House is close to everything in Springfield! On the Historical Register, the moment you step into this home you will feel like you're traveling back in time. From the original clawfoot tub to the elegant wallpapered rooms - every inch of this home is adorned with unique, historical charm.

The kitchen combines original pieces with modern conveniences such as a full-sized fridge, stove, and coffee station. The chef of your group will adore serving their culinary creations at the formal dining table, amongst the fine Chinaware and wood finishes.

True to its time period, there are multiple sitting rooms, the perfect places for tea and work - at the designated work desk. Additionally, the spacious living room features soft seating and a large TV. One bedroom with easy access to a bathroom is available on the main level.

Upstairs, there are three large bedrooms all complete with elegant wallpaper, plush quilts, and charming antiques. Downstairs, you will have access to a private washer/dryer.

Outside, two large porches offer magnificent spots to relish the delightful Springfield weather with your loved ones.

House Rules

HOUSE AMENITIES

Features

Washer/dryer : Private

Heating & cooling

Central AC

Partial AC

Kitchen & dining

Fridge

Microwave

Stove

Media

Internet

TV

Cable

Wireless router

Outdoor

Deck

Map showing the location of the Unit

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