Welcome home to this beautiful historic Queen Ann nestled in the heart of York Chester Historic District. This home is named after the original owners, Dr. Lucius and Nena Glenn. Dr. Glenn saw the need for health care in Gastonia and, along with 4 other doctors, helped found the first hospital in Gastonia, City Hospital in 1908, and acted as VP. Dr. Glenn and his wife are laid to rest in the Oakwood Cemetery just up the street. This home still holds a lot of the original character you would expect from a historic home! The home hold 5 beds and 3 full baths split between the first two floors. The third floor holds two spare rooms. This home also includes a full basement accessed from the exterior of the home. This home would be perfect for a bed and breakfast, office space or make it yours and live in it and love it! There is so much potential! So bring an open mind and dream of the possibilities! Back on market due to no fault of sellers!