Built circa 1798, and coined The Sawyer Curtis House, this historic home was created to be an Inn on the Ohio River and boasts many original features including wide board floors, fireplaces, exposed beams, and built ins. Revolutionary War soldier Nathanial Sawyer, erected the home and it is believed to be the first permanent structure in Belpre Township. The property offers 150 feet of waterfront and besides the main dwelling, it includes the original Little Hocking post office (now a studio with electric), a gazebo, and a large 3 car garage with loft. The main house offers almost 2400 sf of living space with high ceilings, ample natural light, and many of the original details still intact--some refined and some rustic. Desired updates include HVAC, newer mechanical systems, walnut floors in the great room and remodeled kitchen and bathrooms. Still untouched are six panel Federal style interior doors, high ceilings, front and back staircases, a massive fireplace in the gathering room, and two porches all built in the New England style. River views from almost every room in the home, so much history, so many updates. Seller is motivated, bring an offer!
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