Listing courtesy of Flat List RE.
The historic Milk House is located in the sought after Skidmore Historic District, on a quiet tree lined street only blocks from Ashland's downtown plaza. The rear ally provides great access to the deep back yard & lends itself to the possibility of an AUD unit/and or garage combo. The house appears to have gone thru several renovations over the years and may now be ready for the next creative re-do'', although it functions well exactly as is, with lots of charm and quirkiness. Records indicate the home got its name due the brick core of the house originally being used as a milk house for a dairy. Somewhere around the turn of the century, an addition was made and the structure was converted to a home. The master bedroom and bath, on ground floor, were added in 1995 by a previous owner. All work was done with permits records (on file). The mature landscaping features two beautiful dogwood trees (ornamental pink & Chinese) several maple trees, a fig tree, many mature ornamental plants. U
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