This historic home was built in 1925 by a New York businessman. The current owners have restored many of the original features and have added some very sophisticated and modern touches of their own. Amenities include the warmth of quarter sewn wood floors, arched doorways, an Otis elevator, Butler's Pantry, upholstered walls, and an old-fashioned office cove. During the most recent restoration, the original house plans were found in the basement along with some of the leaded glass windows that had been removed. These windows were restored and replaced. The main level is spacious enough for large family gatherings or a memorable setting for an event of any size. It has been said the kitchen is the heart of the home, this one is no exception. This gourmet kitchen is sure to inspire many culinary surprises. The custom cabinets are finished with automobile lacquer in candy apple red, enjoy state-of-the-art Viking appliances, CONTINUED . . .