Coming in at four beds, three and a half baths, and 2, 868 square feet, this 1916 Edwardian was completely renovated in 2005, with upgrades in 2011.
All four bedrooms are now located on one floor, which is wonderfully cohesive, with the lower level reconfigured as a family room.
The moldings, hardwood floors, window details, and kitchen are all envy-inducing.
But one highlight that could be easily overlooked is the (refreshing) wallpaper, as seen in the foyer and formal dining room. Seriously, god bless the return of wallpaper. Not that it ever went anywhere, but, what with bare antiseptic redos so popular as of late, it’s nice to see a wallpaper’s print in contemporary interiors.
Asking is $3,198,000.