About this Property
With its generous setback and verdant forecourt, 127 3rd place gives the warm feeling of home upon walking through the gate. Through the below stoop entrance is the dining/sitting room leading to the kitchen in the rear of the floor with access to the garden. A full bath is just off of the hallway which also features generous closet space.
Climb the restored stoop and enter the home through the original oak double doors. Stepping through the vestibule, the ornate detail of the original stair and mantle immediately impress. The dining room is at the rear of the parlor floor and has one of two access points to the nearly 1,000SF garden.
Second and Third Floor:
The second and third floors each feature two large bedrooms and are serviced by a full bathroom on the third floor. High ceilings, over-sized windows, and 3 open directional exposures allow for natural light to pour through at all hours of the day. With some minor reworking of the floorplan, a third full bath can be accommodated with ease.
The home features a full cellar. Although unfinished, it provides ample room for dry storage.
- Status:No Longer Available
- Size:2500 Sq Ft
- Type:Single Family
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