As you pass over the small year round creek you'll find two reflection ponds.
Built in 1935, the home and grounds still exhibit the unretouched architectual excellence of the period.
Open the front door and you're treated to a grand entrance which represents the large rooms of this classic home.
View from the entrance to the home.
The 26 X 17 ft living room has large windows, a fireplace, and french doors to the sunroom. The custom millwork is made from Tennessee Gumwood.
There's a huge bay window in front that makes this room light and bright.
The fireplace hearth and surround is marble, and the mantle is Gumwood.
The dining room is 16 X 14 ft with a great view of the back patio and yard.
The 14 X 10 ft study is located at the front of the house adjacent to the entry hall.
A view from the door to the study.
There are box beams in the ceiling in both the kitchen and family room.
The kitchen open up to the family room and deck.
The family room has an original stained glass window, eating bar, and a large nook.
View of the stained glass window in the family room.
The 14 X 10 Sunroom has french doors from the dining room and living room. It also opens to the patio.
The main floor bath is true to the period with a rounded tub and period appointments.
Like many grand older homes, this house has a double staircase that leads from the entry as well as the kitchen to the upstairs bedrooms.
The master bedroom is 16 X 16 ft with French doors to a second floor balcony.
There are five large bedrooms upstairs with original built-in cabinetry.The upstairs floor is all carpeted with hardwood floors underneath.
This young ladies bedroom also has a sink and vanity.
The is the very large upstairs hall bath.
The downstairs family room is 26 X 17 ft with an adjoining kitchenette.
The downstairs family room has knotty pine wainscotting and a fireplace.
The downstairs kitchen is off the family room. Thre are cabinets and an sink and stove combination appliance.
The 18 X 13 ft game room is perfect for hobbies or ping pong and pool.
There's an extensive brick patio that runs the length of the back side of the home. You can see the sun room and master bedroom deck area in the picture.
There is a brick walk way to the the tennis court area. This is paved with asphault and would make a great shop area if so desired.
This is a view from the area by the tennis courts looking back at the house.
Most of the fence for the tennis court has been removed.
There are a couple of modest outbuildings at the back of the property. At one time they may have been living quarters for a gardener.
Call Chris to view the Classic 1930's Estate!