This grand lady was the talk of the town in 1903...and she still turns heads! Stately & statuesque, this home has most of her original features still intact. A huge welcoming reception hall with an imposing spiral stairway that the first & second floors are centered around...A parlor for formal receiving of guests...A library with 5 curved, leaded glass windows, oil mural above the windows & window seat below...A dining room with the butler's (working) call button on the floor under the dining table & original hand painted, SIGNED, oil mural on top of the chair rails & pressed leather on the lower walls...Original light fixtures that are combination gas & electric (because the builder didn't trust the new-fangled electricity)...Quarter-sawn oak woodwork...One inch thick wood floors...living room FP with hand-molded brick...Chandelier in reception hall is hand-cut imported crystals...A 32x50 ballroom on the 3rd floor. If you are looking for a masterpiece, this home is priceless!
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Listing Courtesy ofMcColly Rosenboom