c. 1860 Victorian: Queen Anne
Stately Queen Anne Victorian
The current owners have made thoughtful updates while respecting the characteristics and charms of this home’s enchanting architecture. Steeped in history, it offers exquisite woodwork throughout, plus original features such as Jeffersonian windows opening to the front porch, stained glass windows, classic moldings and wood floors. Airy nine-foot ceilings grace the first floor. The spacious foyer leads into the formal living room, separated by wooden pocket doors. The foyer further leads to an elegant dining room adjacent to the kitchen. The country kitchen was updated in 2000 with granite countertops, a tin ceiling, oak cabinetry, a center island, wainscoting, built-in marble-countered baking area, and skylight. The kitchen’s sliding door opens to a brick patio and the fenced rear yard. The cozy family room features a brick fireplace and built-ins. A full bath and laundry complete the first floor.
Upstairs, three bedrooms include a master with walk-in closet, and a main bathroom serves this level. The third floor is designed with a cathedral ceiling, exposed rafters, stained glass windows, a kitchenette and half bath, making it ideal for use as a future master retreat, au pair suite or recreation room.
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