Designed by architect Ernest Flagg, this 1920s stone Cotswold Cottage is an intricate work of art. Its rich details greet you in the courtyard, adorned with a beautiful portico and antique door–the first of many updates you will appreciate. This 1.5 story, 2800sqft home has been meticulously maintained and updated. Original features include clerestory windows and Pewabic tile on windowsills and fireplaces. Main level includes renovated kitchen w/ coffered ceiling, custom cabinetry, soapstone counters, cork floors, and high end appliances. Formal dining has vaulted ceilings, beech flooring, and stunning copper fireplace to anchor the room. A light-filled parlor offers casual seating overlooking the courtyard. The primary suite feat. copper fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and vintage fixtures. The updated main floor bath has handmade shower tile and vanity, and glass shower. A study, laundry room, and library w/ hand painted ceiling mural complete the main level. The upstairs has 2 bedrooms w/ original HW floors and full bath w/ soaking tub. The nearly 3 acre parcel offers a secluded and enchanting setting among mature trees and vibrant gardens. Other features include greenhouse, 2 car garage and excellent Barton Hills location.
Updated on August 29, 2022 at 1:59 pm