This is such a rare offering in The Courtlandt Place Historic District. Founded in 1906, Courtlandt Place has emerged as the crown jewel in Montrose’s renaissance. Situated behind the subdivision entry gates, #4 Courtlandt Place is a Tudor-Revival style home designed by Sanguinett & Staats and built in 1910.
The present owners conducted a substantial renovation to update the home while retaining its character and architectural elements. It features an inviting front porch that spans the front façade. Inside, the double parlor and dining room retain their original Arts & Crafts architectural elements: pencil-width hardwood floors, Arts & Crafts tiled fireplaces, Jacobean-style paneling and built-in benches, 9/1 light windows, boxed-beam ceilings, and interior leaded-pane French doors.
There is also an updated kitchen with a massive island. Breakfast room with windows overlooking side yard, rear patio, motor court, and carriage house. Spacious master suite with fireplace. See amenities and floor plan for additional details. Charming!