There are a series of houses along Paddington Road that are perfect examples of Palmer & Lamdin's work. Paddington Court, which I wrote about here, has several, and bracketing the entrance to the court is this house, 217 Paddington.
217 is a rough stone house, in the English cottage tradition,with lots of details, including beautiful millwork and built-in bookshelves. The dining room has exposed stone walls, making it less formal than others in P&L houses.
The living room has French doors and a big fireplace.
This house has two patios, one on the south side and one on the east side, so you can soak in or avoid the sun, as you so choose.Homeland, where the house is located, is filled with trees which were planted around the time this house was built in 1928, so there's plenty of shade.
Because parking on Paddington Road is at a premium, there is a garage and driveway for your cars.
The house is new to the market, and is listed at $875,000. The listing is here.