Circa 1920 Brick Home with Sweet Guest Cottage

Published: July 28, 20165

Circa 1920 Brick Home beautifully redesigned in the 1960s by Architect John C LeBey. While understated from the street, you will be impressed as you enter the large library room overlooking the raised patio and walled garden in the additional side lot.

The kitchen has a sophisticated feel enhanced by solid limestone countertops and a recycled burlwood top by Greg Gunther in the butler’s pantry. This comfortable home beautifully relates to the outdoor spaces, which are a series of rooms, some intimate with that downtown courtyard feeling and all semi-shaded by the masterful placement of trees.

Three bedrooms upstairs, one currently used as a study, a huge laundry room, and two lovely full baths up, one down. Master bedroom with sitting space and room for a king size bed. Lots of built-ins abound throughout the home, and a sweet cottage guest house has been created for visiting family. Another separate outbuilding is great storage and a gardener’s delight!

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