Pitkin Place, listed on the National Historic Register with its turn-of-the-century homes, exudes authentic historic and architectural detail throughout. Number 7, a Queen Anne style Victorian, creates feelings of history and old-world charm, constructed by George Roe and E.W. Shutt. This corner lot, 7 bedroom home, spans 4 floors of living, vast rooms showcasing vintage details, perfect modern day finishes, large time period windows.
The grand living room provides the perfect space for formal gatherings or sitting with a quiet cup of tea by a cozy fire. Original pocket doors open to the exquisite, full-formal dining room, showcasing early design, ornate woodwork, and a built-in china cabinet. A well-appointed kitchen with stainless steel appliances, double oven and eat-in breakfast nook offers plenty of room to gather, and leads through a three-seasons mudroom to the designed and landscaped backyard. This serene oasis features multiple spaces to sit and enjoy lush plantings, hot tub and gazebo.
Up the ornate and wide staircase, the 2nd-level master bedroom and 4 additional bedrooms are perfect for a large family, hosting guests, or work-from-home lifestyle. On the top floor, 2 sizable bedrooms share a timeless, contemporary bathroom. Tremendous attic storage provides more square footage and offers the perfect quiet space for a reading nook or creative area. The lower level of the home has recreational and media space with a private bathroom for guests.