Circa 1882 Keen-Bostian House, in the Brooklyn South Square Historic District, offers a new roof, newly painted interior, newly painted exterior trim, new fenced and landscaped yard with pergola-covered deck. Home can be either 3-or-4 bedroom. Dual front doors with transom and arched windows open to tiled foyer and center hall, stair with original turned newel and balustrade. Dual parlors feature bay windows w/window seats and striking fireplace mantels, original wood floors. Formal dining rm; 1st floor laundry nook. 2nd story Master w/walk-in closet, large storage closet, full bath. Well cared for. Updated w/two HVAC units, energy-efficient windows, vinyl siding. Dutch Colonial addition dates between 1913-1922. Eligible for City of Salisbury Historic Preservation grants and NC Historic Tax Credits. Walking distance to award winning downtown featuring great restaurants, theaters, museums, breweries, shops and new dog park. The neighborhood is part of the Civil War Trail.