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Civil War-Era Carriage House is Back on the Market in G-Town

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You may be thinking to yourself, hey, this house looks awfully familiar for some reason. That's because we covered this two bedroom, two bathroom house from the 1860s back in October. Guess what? It's back on the market and down $50K! Officially built in 1869, nearly four years after the end of the war but also the same year the legendary Ulysses S. Grant was named President of the United States, this house is certainly unique, mainly due to its 125 foot long driveway that tucks the residence back into a private setting. It's every bit a barn-like carriage house — tall, vaulted ceilings, wood burning stove, exposed beams and bead board paneling. If you're looking for that rustic roost in the middle of the city, you'll be hard-pressed to find one more unique at this price — it's available for $199K · 70 E Coulter Street [Zillow]
· Civil War-Era Carriage House Asks $249K [Curbed Philly]