About 1884 S Dickinson
What do you imagine when you think of the cabin lifestyle and the traditions behind it? Most certainly you think of a centrally located fireplace; with the stone to ceiling fireplace, you can cozy up with a good book. If a fireplace is the epitome of cabin lifestyle, surely a loft is a close second. This home feels like it’s out in the country yet it’s just inside with city limits of Rusk on 2.62 acres. This is a rare find, not a single sheet of sheetrock was used, this house is all wood! Built in 2009, home features 2936 sq ft with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a loft. Built with Cedar, Cypress, Pine and Black Walnut it has vaulted ceilings, a huge stone fireplace with an antique insert with a blower, tile floors with an open concept. The kitchen has an island made of Black Walnut with a Magnolia top, tons of cabinetry, under cabinet lighting, walk-in pantry and a dining area. The master is super huge with a super huge walk-in closet! The bath has a standalone shower and a soaker tub with jets and double vanities. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms, a full bath and a loft. The loft has 2 extra closets. The front porch is 16’ x 46’ and runs the length of the house, perfect for watching deer. The laundry room is large with lots of workspace, cabinets and the half bath. The front yard is fenced. Zoned HVAC, Pex plumbing, City water and trash. Aerobic septic, French drains, Hardy siding and a metal roof. The insulated shop is 40’ x 40’, it’s a working machine shop with its own electric meter, 9’ overhead doors, a window unit and a wood burning stove with a blower. It even has a mini water heater for the sink. There is also a 12-person storm shelter in case you ever find yourself in an episode of Twister! The physical address to the property is on US 69, there is a gate beside the tire shop, this is not used anymore. There is a new entrance off Loop 343 and Adams St. Adams St is the very first street to the left when going West on the loop from US 69. Rusk ISD.