A Tudor Revival w/ Neo-Classic details c. 1888. The entry is both elegant and gracious featuring an impressive wood paneled staircase. The Plaster tracery ceiling adorns the main salon, floor to ceiling carved limestone fireplace mantel, French doors to the side terrace and Formal Dining Room. Walls are paneled from floor to ceiling in rich cherry. So many ornate details from small family sculptures on the surface of the main fireplace. To the stained glass, which has been catalogued for its historical value. Used as an office for nearly 50 years leaves most of the original details well preserved.
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