This stunning Victorian mansion, built in 1827 and situated in a Historic District, is a true architectural gem. With three stories and an intricate design, it exudes charm and elegance. Inside, you’ll find five fireplaces, each adding warmth and character to the home.
As you enter, the center hall greets you with beautiful oak wide plank flooring. There’s a convenient compact bathroom with a basin and toilet nearby. The dining area is adorned with a marble fireplace and boasts a formal ambiance. French doors open to a lovely front balcony, offering a delightful view. The kitchen is a sight to behold, featuring wood wide plank floors, cherry woodwork, a copper bar sink, a central island, and an antique chandelier.
The living room is a cozy retreat, adorned with a marble-surrounded fireplace and French doors leading to balconies with wrought iron railings. Additional French doors at the rear open up to a porch with an open-air feel. Moving upstairs to the second floor, you’ll find a spacious middle hall with oak hardwood flooring and a closet housing a washer and dryer. The mahogany stairway with a spindled railing adds a touch of grandeur.
The second-floor bathroom showcases a marble-topped mahogany vanity, an antique clawfoot tub, and two linen closets. On the third floor, there’s another full bathroom with a marble-top mahogany vanity, a porcelain sink, and a walk-in shower. The floor also features a sizable hall landing.
One of the highlights of the mansion is the large living area, seamlessly connected to the kitchen. It boasts granite counters, stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher and refrigerator, recessed lighting, a chandelier, and yet another fireplace. There are two versatile rooms that can serve as bedrooms or offices, and access to the roof is possible through the attic. The finished walkout basement offers convenience with a sink, washer and dryer hookups, and 200 amp service. However, it should be noted that repairs are needed at the property.