Phebe Anthony was the first to build on this street when she commissioned this elegant Tudor with its steeply pitched roof, decorative half timbering, and multi-light windows in 1924. And she would love this artistic re-envisioning of her home. The original character has been carefully preserved, while the floor plan and infrastructure have been thoughtfully updated for living within today.
The original front door and formal entry open to formal living and dining rooms with high ceilings, original hardwood floors, gorgeous windows, and inviting natural light. The living room has a beautiful inglenook fireplace that has been rebuilt, while the dining room can seat a very large group for formal entertaining. The bright kitchen has been remodeled with custom cabinetry, honed granite counters, Arizona tile flooring, and stainless appliances. All three bedrooms and three baths have been updated as well. The master suite enjoys rich wood flooring, a large walk-in closet, and its own master bath with period tile, stall shower, and a freestanding soaking tub.
The grounds have been professional landscaped by Picture This Land. The side yard and patio are a wonderful place for outdoor entertaining with several seating sites, romantic lighting, and an outdoor fireplace. There are many more details of this home such as updated copper plumbing, a re-built chimney, central heating and air, a newer roof, water filtration, recessed lighting, several new windows, a detached garage, and just a short stroll to the Oakmont Country Club.
offered by: Craig Farestveit