1896 Dutch Colonial Revival Home
Nestled on a well landscaped and improved "patio home" size lot.
Natonal Register of Historic Places
Very popular neighborhood of the Quapaw-Prospect Historic District at the base of the National Park wooded West Mountain
Garden Patio Deck
Three glass wall sides of the home wrap around this stylish entertainment deck.
Facing west to the dining room glass wall, this deck is accessed by three patio doors.
Front Entry and Carport
Natural stone and cypress lap siding compose the entire exterior walls.
Foyer and Living Room
Oak hardwood floors and lots of original wood windows.
This room adjoins the living room and opens to the kitchen and staircase area. All wood windows throughout home are served by "Plantation" shutters.
Open access with French doors to the living room, this special room features wainscote padded Chinese chintz wall covering.
This working area kitchen adjoins a large butlers pantry with icemaker and wet bar.
Family Gathering Room
Wood beamed with t & g pine decking and fireplace (converted with gas logs), hardwood floors and seven divided lite glass windows viewing the garden patio deck.
Family Gathering Room and Wet Bar
Second of the three wet bar service areas.
Open to the Master Suite, viewing the patio deck.
This enclosed breezeway originally divided the original home from the "Carriage House".
Opening to the Sun Room, bath, walkin closets, and enclosed breezeway.
Stairwell to Upstairs
Also opening to guest half bath, Kitchen, and Music Room . . all door separated for selective privacy.
Open beams and vaulted skylight ceiling, with door to carport and enclosed breezeway.
|Heated Sq. Ft.
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