The Simpson Dunlop home is nestled on a bucolic full acre in the heart of the Frank Lloyd Wright Historic District. Prominent among neighboring homes, this handsome 1896 E.E. Roberts designed rectilinear Queen Anne with coach house and stable combines Victorian decorative elements and the spacious Queen Anne floor plan with the sharp angles and clean lines of the new Prairie style.The home is a pleasure to show, perfect for entertaining, and is fine family space. Enormous rebuilt front porch. Hardwood floors throughout. House wide indoor & outdoor sound. Large LR w/ oversized WBFP & indirect ceiling lighting. Light stained mahogany family room w/ tiled coal FPL. Dark stained mahogany library w/ tiled gas FPL. 6 sets of pocket doors. Clear leaded quarry windows throughout. Expanded Chef's kitchen features banquet seating, field stone WBFP, Bisazza glass tile, clerestory windows, geo-quartz counter tops & island. Heated floors in kitchen & master bath.
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential.
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