Built in 1909 to serve as a boarding house, this historic 5-bedroom, 3 bath residence is full of character and has many original details including quarter-sawn red oak floors, a restored clawfoot bathtub, exposed brick accents, and extensive woodwork. In 2016, the home was completely renovated, including new electrical and plumbing systems. Carrera marble and granite counter-tops, upgraded stainless steel appliances, vintage-style light fixtures, period tile work and custom cabinetry were added at that time. A ground level one-bedroom, one bathroom apartment with separate entrance is also fully renovated and has potential for rental income. Just a block off of Main Street, this home is close to many of Sheridan’s favorite attractions.