Historic Georgian Revival Mansion built in 1912 featuring ornate architectural details including original plaster crown molding, plaster ceilings with gilded details, original inlay white oak flooring, and 9 unique fireplaces made of marble, sandstone and wood.
The home’s large windows allow beautiful natural light to flow to almost every corner of the home. Sprawling staircase in foyer stretches from first to third floor, with a back staircase that stretches from basement to third floor. Wood moldings in library feature original leaded glass bookcases.
First floor features a open foyer with large staircase that leads from first to third floor and a 12foot fireplace, painted in all whiter to showcase architectural details, white paneled drawing room with marble fireplace and gilded mirror, library with intricate plaster ceiling, wood walls and leaded glass bookcases and sandstone fireplace, wood clad smoking room featuring wood ceiling beams, terra-cotta tiled fireplace with wood mantle, large white paneled dining room featuring large original crystal chandelier, solarium with arched wood door and kitchen featuring marble mantle with man and woman figures also in marble.
No shoes inside (except models) – crew should use booties.
Prefer no nailing in walls, but possible if approved by owner. Also possible to paint walls with owner approval.