On The Market: Vintage Homes in Wyoming

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The walkability and “throwback to small-town America” make Wyoming a quaint and convenient place to live, according to Tom Tobias of Comey & Shepherd Realtors, who has lived in the neighborhood his whole life.
 
224 WILMUTH AVE., Wyoming, $674,900

This 127-year-old Victorian has ornate details on the staircase and fireplaces, but the updated kitchen and master bath bring it into this decade. Other unique features, like the chandelier in the dining room, are courtesy of the design-savvy homeowner, the owner of Peppercorn Interiors.


19 WALNUT AVE., wyoming, $659,000

With three floors of living space and six original fireplaces, this large and spacious home has plenty of antique details, including beveled windows. The covered wraparound porch allows for outdoor relaxation overlooking meticulously-kept grounds.


53 DORINO PL., Wyoming, $675,000

This home was originally set closer to the road, but in the 1940s, the rapid development of the neighborhood resulted in the home being moved back to its current site. Like the other homes on this list, the close distance to libraries, restaurants, and schools provide easy access to experiencing the small-town feel of Wyoming.

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