Designed by George F. Barber, this elegant, 5000 sq. ft., 5 bed, 2.5 bath Victorian home w/3-bed guest house sits proudly on 3 parcels, & serves as a remarkable example of turn-of-the-last-century's Queen Anne architecture. Refined and graceful...
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Designed by George F. Barber, this elegant, 5000 sq. ft., 5 bed, 2.5 bath Victorian home w/3-bed guest house sits proudly on 3 parcels, & serves as a remarkable example of turn-of-the-last-century's Queen Anne architecture. Refined and graceful on a grand scale, made to withstand today's real living. Circa 1900 heritage, combined w/ modern luxuries: steam shower, 13-zone heating system, chef's kitchen w/ icebox-converted pantry, light-filled leaded glass windows, epic porches & rich period details, all in keeping w/ the home's character & charm. The dramatically wide entry foyer flows to a sunny living room & adjoining formal dining room, w/ornate mantles & fireplaces, flanked by double parlors. Enormous 3-room attic awaits finishing. An exquisitely crafted mini-estate sited on a rare 1-acre lot, beautifully nestled amongst the aged trees, vegetable & flower beds, & green, open lawns. Just stroll to town.
Listing Courtesy of Mary Mullane, Mary Mullane Real Estate, LLC
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