1904 Italian Period Revival Estate | 1930 Renovations by Johnson, Kaufmann and Coate
This beautiful Italian Period Revival house is a prime example of a ‘work in progress’ – over the last 118 years.
Originally built "on spec" as a two-story frame dwelling in 1904, this property evolved through the years until 1930, when after several additions and re-designs under the direction of esteemed architectural firm Johnson, Kaufmann and Coate, the house evolved into the Italian Revival design we see today.
Additionally, the property to the South on Grand Avenue was razed to make way for the spectacular Italian garden and pool.
- Entry Hall: gracious in scale with hardwood floors, fireplace, a beautiful staircase and a mudroom leading to the driveway.
- Library: hardwood floors, floor to ceiling bookcases, lovely windows and a unique tile framed fireplace
- Living Room: elegant fireplace, large windows, hardwood floors, opens to the adjacent sun parlor
- Sun Parlor: Lined with french doors opening to the gardens.
- Dining Room: Fireplace, hardwood floors and french doors opening to the garden.
- Butler’s Pantry and Bar: copper counter with a pewter bar sink and ample storage.
- Kitchen/Breakfast room: Sub-Zero refrigerator and separate freezer, stone counters, updated appliances and ample storage.
- Two half bathrooms
- Stairs down to cellar
- Master suite with walk-in closet
- Three additional bedrooms, all with beautiful windows and ample closets share two bathrooms
- Service quarters consisting of two bedrooms and a bathroom
- Back service stairs
- Central Air
- Alarm System
- 2 car garage
Co-listed by Martyn Belmont and Denise Therieau