|| 219 Silica Street
|Property Type||Single Family|
|Floor Space||2804 Square Feet|
|Lot Size||0.14 Acres|
This stunning 1897 Victorian Heritage home is steeped in Nelson History. Originally the home of mine developer and Street Car Promoter Thomas J Duncan, it retains much of its original character. It has undergone recent restoration highlighting the Eastlake Hardware, Original doors, working transom windows, period lighting, stained glass and 8” baseboards. There are new and restored floors on all three levels. The gorgeous living room and spacious dining room are side by side and have a very elegant yet cozy feel. It's a space you won't want to leave with features including a bay window, high ceilings and a unique custom gas fireplace. The kitchen is large and well positioned, awaiting your restoration vision. The attic has been restored to an office/studio, or a dreamy 4th bedroom. Newer roof, new paint, upgraded insulation, wiring, and plumbing all combine to make this heritage home fit your family’s modern needs. The house sits proudly on a flat 50 x 120 foot lot on a no through street in one of the most walkable neighbourhoods in Nelson. There is a great detached workshop/garage. You will have no problem leaving your car at home to shop and dine on Baker Street, as there is off street parking for up to 5 cars, suitable for even a large RV.