415 E Clifton

415 E Clifton

East Lansing, Michigan 48823

4 Beds | 1.10 Baths | 2522 sq.ft. | Built 1925 | Residential

Sold $300,000

Turn of the Century, restored, Federal brick home where Governor Murray D. VanWagoner lived during WWII in Gorgeous Glencairn neighborhood. This Historic home has so many amazing features. Gleaming Hardwood Floors throughout the entire home. Arches in almost every entry. Antique lighting fixtures. 4 bds, 1.5 baths Full 2 car Garage. Sunroom, Fenced Yard and a green space out front. Ceramic tile in Kitchen and baths. Stainless Steel Appliances and Front loading Washer & Dryer that stay along with the majority of the furniture being negotiable for sale. Woodburning Fireplace! New Faucets and even a Laundry Chute! Walking/Biking distance from MSU Campus, Stadium District, Breslin Center and more. Established Neighborhood and residents. This Classic Home wont last!

Essential Information

MLS#630000070759 | School District: East Lansing | County: Ingham

Property Features

Architecture: 2 Story | Cooling: Window Unit | Heating: Hot Water | Exterior Features: Fenced | Fireplace: Yes | Garage: Yes | #Garage/Parking Spaces: 2 Car | Interior Features: Cable Available,Smoke Alarm | Sewer: Sewer-Sanitary | Directions: GRAND RIVER/HARRISON E TO CLIFTON

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