About This 1889 Victorian For Sale In Deer Lodge Montana
First, a little history:
This very special house was built in 1889 for Colonel Thomas McTague, second in command at Montana’s first state prison (also humorously known as Montana’s first gated community). Built with inmate labor, most all of the home’s beautiful original details remain.
High ceilings, upstairs and down, Fireplace (non-operational), Many large windows for lots of natural light, Vinyl insulated windows on second floor, Bay window in bedroom with view of Deer Lodge Mountain, Stained glass windows and transoms, Original painting of Deer Lodge Mountain in dining closet, Chandeliers and wall sconces galore.
Extra large front door, Lots of original hardware and woodwork, Coffered ceilings in family room, Columns in living room and family room, Original pocket doors between dining room and family room, French doors with beveled glass between den and dining room, Pantry with vintage screen door, Built-in shelving and bookcases.
Hardwood floors throughout (except kitchen and baths), Tile floors in bathrooms and back porch, Enclosed back porch with storage, Basement with laundry and lots of storage, Hot water radiator heat, Stainless steel appliances – French door refrigerator, Kitchen Aid dishwasher, Samsung wifi compatible gas range, Whirlpool microwave hood, Kenmore HE front load washer and dryer, New toilet and pedestal sink in half bath.
Three year old hot water tank, Large corner lot, Mail delivery to front porch, Multiple gardens with perennials, including clematis, Fully fenced back yard, Fenced kitchen garden, Mature lilac canopy over back walk, Chicken coop with roost and nesting house, Great neighbors!, Walk to everything.