This 1902 "Shingle Style" home exhibits the classic features of this style: Shingles on the siding as well as the roof, steep rooflines and the use of porches as a major design element. Located just a half block from the historic Guilford Green the house has a commanding presence. The broad three-sided wrap porch is glassed on the south side. The main rooms on the 1st floor are the large Living room and Dining room each has a fireplace. Another attractive feature is the period stair case that is one of two accesses to the second floor. The Sun Porch is accessed by a Sun Room, that has an attractive bay window feature. The Kitchen is large, with a large center island. There is a very charming Butler's Pantry with drawers and open shelving. The 2nd stair to the upstairs is from the Kitchen. There is a mudroom access to the back door. Upstairs there are 5 places to sleep: 3 Bedrooms including the Primary Bedroom that has a dressing room and closets. There are 2 other rooms that do not have closets. There is updated full bath on the 2nd floor. The wood shingle siding and the asphalt shingle roof are newer. The combination of sophisticated grace and casual ease have made this a delightful home to live in. The deep half acre lot affords plenty of expansion or development potential.
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