Here is your chance to own a piece of Elsah history. The Keller-Dietz House, circa 1858, according to Elsah, A Historic Guidebook. Back addition was completed in 1882 by Edward Pinney. The Kellers were associated with what is now the General Store. The Village of Elsah has a certificate of appropriateness for construction for the current changes, completed by David Slusser, after the 93 Flood. Totally renovated. New wiring, plumbing, roof, walls, flooring & kitchen. Rebuilt basement walls & floors. This is a period home with updates for modern living. The period reproduction light fixtures, door knobs, & wood plank or brick floors, balance modern amenities such as a main floor laundry. Kitchen & baths have been updated, as has the Norweco septic system. This 2 bedroom, 2 bath home has an attached screened porch, a free-standing potting shed & a detached 1 car garage on a 100x68 lot. The Elsah post office is directly across the street–chat with your neighbors as they pick up their mail!
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