Fit for a Queen
Meticulously renovated Queen Anne-style waterfront home blends the best of old and new. A George Barber design built in 1900, original craftsmanship abounds in the house, which retains 10-foot ceilings, original woodwork, three sets of pocket doors, crystal chandelier, parquet floors, gas fireplace, built-in china cabinets, and leaded glass.
Updated kitchen features Amish quarter-sawn oak cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, and restored ice chest. The open first-floor layout is perfect for entertaining. The second floor features floor large bedrooms including the primary bedroom with ensuite bathroom, featuring a clawfoot tub, custom cabinetry, and walk-in shower. This floor also includes a four-season sunroom with private balcony. On the third floor, a great room offers original hardwood floors, bookshelves, powder room, wet bar, cozy reading nook, and turret with 22-foot-tall ceiling. Huge dry basement includes tiled floors, spacious laundry room, craft room, plenty of storage, and workshop or playroom for the kids.
Outside, relax on the deck off the kitchen or brick paver patio. Take the new staircase or refurbished funicular to the waterfront, where the property includes 65-feet of shoreline, seawall, three covered boat lifts, expansive composite deck with a boat house, and cement stairs with railing into the water offering easy access for all. Property also includes garage with second-story walk-up. See more photos and details.