This historic home was built in 1899 and was originally the main house of the family farm. This home has been in one family since it was built. Located in downtown Fairmount and within walking distance to the town center, this home features unique details found in turn of the century homes such as high ceilings & coal fireplaces. The front door welcomes you into the parlor room and to the left you will see the library while on the right you have one of the main level bedrooms. From the parlor you can enter into the formal dining room through sliding doors. The living room is just off the dining room and can be accessed from the side porch. This home features 4 original coal fireplaces which could be converted to gas or electric. The kitchen is a nice size and is just off another room that could be a breakfast room or mud room with laundry. The wrap around porch provides nice sitting areas and overlooks the courtyard with a Cherokee hand-poured stone sitting wall. You will also find a cistern on the property, a smokehouse and corn crib, and a nice level yard with established trees. The foundation , roof and HVAC were updated in 1997 but many of the original details remain throughout the home. This is truly a unique opportunity to make this historic home yours!