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802 Johnson Street

Current owners: Phil and Mariana Robison

(5+ owners)

The Robisons are the newest owners of this charming Victorian bungalow built in 1900.  They moved into this 2546-square-foot gem in 2021.  The home has original hardwood floors, four bedrooms, two baths, and a lovely wrap-around porch.  There are cold-rolled glass windows throughout and two matching stained glass upper window sections in both front rooms of the house.  The transoms are original throughout the house and are found over almost every door.  This is a single-story structure with a farmhouse floor plan typical of the period.

The large oval glass door entryway opens into a wide foyer with exposed shiplap and beadboard walls. A lovely reception table is centered within, and double sets of French doors are on either side.  An original fireplace is in the front room, which was most certainly a guest parlor at one time.  Hidden behind the closed doorway in the front hall is stairway access to a high-ceilinged attic space.


An impressive display wall of framed family portraits hung in the connecting hall leading to the nicely equipped kitchen.  The kitchen flows in two directions; on one side is a light and airy den surrounded by three walls of large windows, while the opposing side opens into a charming dining area. Extra storage is found in the butler’s pantry, complete with built-in glass door shelving.  The family room was added at some point in the home’s lifetime, as was the expansive enclosed wood-planked deck and patio found at the rear of the house.  These additions certainly provide even more useable space for all to enjoy.  They are both great spots for relaxing and entertaining.


Their son’s room is decorated in a style perfectly suited to meet any little boy’s dreams, including some fun “glow-in-the-dark” stars on the ceiling!  The master bedroom has a pretty fireplace, mantle, and a snowflake paned glass door in the adjoining bathroom that leads outside to a big backyard where the kids can run and play!


Don’t miss seeing both cute bathrooms, especially the one with its vintage claw foot tub and old-fashioned ringed-style shower head and curtain rod hung from above.  The house has exposed shiplap walls and many high plank-board ceilings, all of which add to the home’s overall character and retro styling.


A warm and friendly home that yet another generation will surely treasure!  It is a delightful place to share the holidays with family and loved ones.  Best Wishes to All from the Robisons!

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