Tuesday, January 14, 2020

120 Churchwardens Road

Palmer & Lamdin designed several houses on Churchwarden's Road, including Palmer's own house at no. 100.
This house, at no. 120 is a really interesting one, with double octagonal extensions on either side. It is not dissimilar in style to 200 Churchwarden's Road, which is currently on the market. 
It's been on and off the market a few times recently, so there are still some interior images of it floating around the ether. Let's look...
From the real estate website: Gorgeous Georgian architecture abounds in this Palmer and Lamdin home. Upon nearly an acre of land on a spacious corner lot, lush landscaping embellishes the property. With a kitchen and first floor completely renovated and designed by Patrick Sutton, the huge first floor with an open feel leads to a gorgeous yard.
A potential of up to seven bedrooms makes this a dream spot for frequent entertainers or even those who need extra space for offices. Multiple fireplaces ensure a cozy stay at any time, and the symmetrical layout gives a sense of order.
New hardwood floors, recessed lighting and pendant light fixtures throughout the house bring a sense of light and accent, while the French casement doors and windows shed light on everything in the house.
Marble floors in the basement and sun room add an airier feel and are a perfect juxtaposition to the warmth of the hardwoods in other areas of Churchwardens. When in need of a respite from the lovely interiors, step out onto the lush landscaping that surrounds the property.
With a few different spots to enjoy nature, you can feel at ease under the pergola facing Churchwardens, the patio off of the kitchen and family room, or just enjoy the spacious yard itself. A large parking pad/driveway next to the kitchen door, along with a huge garage add a ton of convenience to this incredibly lovely home!

One of the great things about this listing is that the layout for the house was included! It really helps to understand how things flow. Although it looks like the two wings are octagonal, on the plans, the left one is square and holds the garage. 

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