This rock-solid, four-level historic home was built around 1914 and was restored and updated in 1980. The building has 50+ windows which deliver a bright and cheery ambiance.
The 4000+ square foot home sits on an enormous 18,250 square foot lot. The lot is situated near the end of a cul-de-sac boulevard.
An inviting lighted night view greats evening visitors and emphasizes architectural details.
The welcoming 9x20 entry hall greats you as you enter the home. Large dual pocket doors provideaccess into the living room and the library. At the back of the hall is an entrance to the kitchen area.
The entry hall looking back toward the front door. Notice the natural light charm and friendliness inall rooms. Original oak flooring with rosewood trim is throughout level-one. This is a great home for parties and entertaining guests.
The inviting 3-window 14x20 living room, accessible through dual pocket doors from the entrancehall, has a wood-burning fireplace and provides natural flowing access into the music room and the dining room.
The formal 4-window dining room is 14x17 and is currently furnished to provide seating for 12. Ithas natural flowing access into the music room and the living room and, of course, the kitchen.
The 7-window music room is 12x16 and easily houses a grand piano. It’s a wonderful room forenjoyment by an individual or with guests. It has natural flowing access into the dining room andthe living room.
The 3-window library is 12x16 and is currently used as a home office and cozy TV room. It’saccessible through dual pocket doors from the entry hall.
A photo showing the flow of the home from the library to the entry hall to the living room to the music room.
The stairway to level-two is at the rear of the entry hall. There’s a half-bath powder room under thestairway and side-hall-door access to the drive-through porte cochère.
The 14x21 kitchen is an ideal place to prepare meals. 8 burners, 2 ovens, 1 all-refrigerator, 1 all-freezer, a dishwasher, adequate counter space and a pantry. There’s an adjacent breakfast roomwith a door to the back yard. There’s also a stairway to the basement level from the kitchen.
Another view into the kitchen and the breakfast room and the door to a deck and the backyard.
This 15x16 bedroom is one of four similar-sized bedrooms on level-two. All bedrooms are accessedfrom a central hallway. Three of the bedrooms have adjacent 9x13 sunrooms and one of the bedrooms has an adjacent 9x9 utility room with a washer and dryer. Two of the bedrooms eachhave a private tub-with-shower bathroom and the other two bedrooms share a tub-with-shower Jack and Jill bathroom.
This 9x9 bathroom is one of three similar-sized, mostly-original level-two bathrooms. Two are en suite and one is Jack and Jill.
Another view of a level-two tub-with-shower bathroom.
The 15x40 level-three attic/room is accessed by a full regular fixed-stairway from the level-twocentral hallway. It is fully floored and ship-lapped. Although currently used as a storage space, thislevel could be updated to be utilized as additional living space.
The enormous backyard has a deck with a built-in hot tub and a 16x30 swimming pool.
A satellite view of the 18,250 square foot property. (Highlighted in yellow.) The adjacent similarsizedproperties on both sides can be available for a development project needing more than oneacre of unrestricted land. The area currently has multiple two-to-four story townhousedevelopments, five-to-eight story mid-rise developments and 20 to 30 story high-rise developments.