Historic Queen Anne Tudor
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836 W Etruria St is a historically notable Tudor updated with an elegant and sophisticated eye. True attention to detail was given throughout the house while preserving or reimagining original features of this home and melding sophisticated European updates. The lower level is a media room/guest suite with private bathroom. kitchenette and separate entry. The very generous, 7002 square foot lot in Queen Anne Park* allows for plenty of privacy, well curated plantings that provide year round interest, 2 patio areas and detached garage/studio
Priced at $1.575m, they’re reviewing offers on Friday, March 2nd.
*James Law acquired the property for Queen Anne Park through a cash purchase in 1871. The General Land Office was selling land at that time for about $1.25 per acre, so the price he paid for 114 acres was approximately $143.00.
Listing provided courtesy of Diane Terry, Windermere Real Estate Midtown.