The wraparound mahogany porch is so inviting, you can’t help but want to linger there when the weather is fine! Built during Chatham’s resort period in the late 1890s, this home has a rich history and was recognized in 2004 by the Chatham Historical Society for its carefully executed restoration. Period details are found at every corner of this home, inside and out. With original chestnut woodwork, four fireplace mantels with intricate detail and carving, thick pocket doors, pine floors and plaster ceiling medallions, you can feel the grandeur of days gone by while enjoying modern amenities suitable to today’s lifestyle. The custom renovated kitchen is perfect with a large eat in area, farm sink, numerous custom cabinets for storage, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, timeless subway tile backsplash, and easy access to both the mudroom and the back porch. There are four bedrooms and two full bathrooms on the second floor, plus another two bedrooms, full bathroom and bonus room on the third floor. There are endless possibilities for the master bedroom, either on the second or third floor. There are four full bathrooms in this home, plus a half bathroom on the first floor. A full bathroom in the finished basement is a bonus, providing options downstairs for an au pair, extended family or long term guests. Walkout from the basement to a blue stone covered patio, and a path to the home gym located underneath the two car garage. With English style gardens around the landscape, flowers are blooming throughout several seasons. Mature shrubbery and trees provide both privacy from the street and the feeling of being in the country, yet the walk to the NYC Midtown Direct train is just about five minutes long. And with the sidewalks in Chatham Borough, walking to the schools is safe and convenient.
Updated on January 29, 2020 at 5:38 pm