Drive down Union Street & only 1 yard on the block absolutely belongs on the cover of Architectural Digest. Waterfalls, flowers, brick & flagstone walkways, statues, archways, & much more. This historic home sits on an elevated lot & has a huge wrap around freshly painted covered front porch you can enjoy & engage in lively discussions with family, friends, & friendly neighbors all under cover. Check out the five perfectly painted tapered front columns in 7 pleasing colors. Come through the front door and there is a large recently painted great room with an historic fireplace that is mostly original from 1904. The next room is what was probably the dining room that the current owners have filled with antiques, custom made & retro furniture, & other knickknacks. The next room you go through french glass doors & that is their office. This room has its own outside entrance so put a closet in this room & you could have another bedroom. On the main level is a freshly painted full bath. Go down the recently painted hallway to the kitchen. You're not going to run out of rooms on this first floor. The kitchen has newer cabinets, wiring, & plumbing along with all the appliances that stay. The laundry room is next to the kitchen. Upstairs is a big bedroom with a walk-in closet. The 2nd floor full bathroom with tile floors is huge. There are two other bedrooms on the second floor. There is an attic you could use. I prepared a document that gives dimensions & features of every room in supplements. Major work has been done to both the inside & outside of the home the last 10 years by the current & previous owner. I have included building permits from 2010. Basically all the wiring & plumbing are newer & were completed by licensed plumbers & electricians & with permits pulled & then inspected by Independence. The large backyard has a fire pit, & a brick patio with a gazebo. This home is called The Hilliard House. The Hilliard family built & lived in the house until after 1950.