Monday, March 16, 2020

231 Chancery Road

This six bedroom, 4.5 bath, spacious four-level home has been brought back to life with attention to beautiful original details. 
This 3,700+ square foot, Palmer-Lamdin historic home with 10-year historic CHAP credit will save you thousands annually. Designed by William Lamdin, built in 1920, this all brick Georgian Tudor Revival-style home has been renovated with new amenities and restored with its original charm. 
The grand foyer, original winding staircase with chandelier, arched windows and door ways, high ceilings, butler staircase, details in the wood work and even the door knobs will make you feel like you stepped into the 1920s. The restored original hardwood floors, custom lighting, new dual zone HVAC, new plumbing and electric give it the comfort of modern amenities. 
A new custom built bright and airy kitchen with stainless steel appliances, hood range, marble counters and an over-sized island. French doors from the kitchen and living room lead to a brick patio. (I have a suspicion that they eliminated the dining room and combined it with the kitchen to make one huge room.)
Cozy living room with a fireplace and built in window bench seats.
Large finished basement includes a full bath and a bedroom. The second floor master bedroom has an amazing en suite bathroom. Includes a double vanity sink, large soaking tub and walk in shower. Exposed beams, marble counters and custom tile add the finishing touches. The attic has been convert to two bedrooms and an office space, also with a full bath.
To read about the renovation of this house, which had been long neglected,
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1 comment:

  1. Beautiful house, despite their best efforts to make it awfully generic and suburban inside. But do people really want 6 bedrooms anymore??