Jewel of the Neighborhood
Unique opportunity to own an exquisite piece of South Bend’s history with the Anderson House, the jewel of the historic Chapin Park neighborhood. Built in 1875, this mix of Italianate and Second Empire architecture boasts more than 4,000 square feet of living space, not counting the attached garage and storage bay, the tower, expansive porches, attic and basement. Heated by hot water heat as well as a partial main floor forced air heating and cooling system (furnace new in 2019), this magnificent home with a wrap-around porch, soaring ceilings, and beautiful woodwork throughout sits above Leeper Park on a lot of almost a half-acre, with mature trees, lawns, and a brick patio.
The neighborhood sits between downtown South Bend and the University of Notre Dame campus adjacent to the park. Four bedrooms on the second floor, 2 with en-suite baths and laundry, another room on main floor with attached half-bath could be first floor master or guest suite. Updates include large number of rebuilt windows, exterior and porch repainted over last year, much of roof redone within the past 5 years, security system, granite counters in kitchen, and much more. See it for yourself on an open house on June 2 from 2-4 p.m.! Learn more on realtor’s website.