I have written about the houses on Paddington Court a few times, click here to see the posts, and now I see that No. 5 Paddington Court is on the market.
Here is the listing:
This magnificent Cotswold-style stone home is truly a must see. Designed and built by the Palmer-Lamdin firm in 1929 and situated on a quiet cul-de-sac in Historic Homeland, you will fall in love immediately with its charm. This home welcomes you with its well-manicured, mature gardens. Enter into a large foyer. Main level features a formal living room with wood burning fireplace (cleaned and ready to use regularly), lovely sunroomwhich could be used as an office or TV room, a large dining room with plenty of space for a substantial table, breakfast nook with built-in bench seating, pantry, half bathroom, and a very large, luxurious kitchen.
Attached garage can certainly fit a car, or can be used for storage. Slate roof is on an annual maintenance plan. 2 AC systems help with efficiency. Basement is unfinished and has an operable "Baltimore Flush". Top to bottom elegance; a beautiful combination of modern updates and old charm.
Paddington Court is one of several courts that P&L created to establish houses on the boundary of the neighborhood. Others include Middleton Court and Norwood Court. The houses are inward-facing on a central court and have parking and utilities facing the boundary road.However, there is a circular drive that provides access to all of the houses from the front.
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