553 Paris SE

Built in: 1890
Style: Queen Anne/Shingle
2003 Tour
The front porch has recently been restored to it's original architectural design. The recently painted exterior nicely accents its unique architectural features. The home has a new roof and aluminum storms and screens. The tile-floored entry leads to the foyer with its gracious switchback oak staircase. Throughout the home you will find many brass ceiling fixtures and wall sconces. The living room features the original tiled fireplace with carved oak mantel. The large living room leads to the formal dining room with its leaded glass casement windows overlooking the gardens in the backyard. From the dining room the kitchen is entered by passing through the butler's pantry with its glass front built in china cupboard. The kitchen has recently been remodeled and has an abundance of storage in the walnut finished cupboards. A large game room with beamed ceiling could be used as a family room or library with it's access from the foyer, living room and kitchen. The upstairs features four bedrooms with the master bedroom featuring a walk through closet to the sitting room. The large bathroom has much of the original hardware and an old fashioned sink. At the end of the hallway is a large sunporch. The side walls and attic have recently been insulated with blown wool insulation and the home has a new forced air gas furnace.
Past Owners:
Aldworth, Frederick G.
Mac Lennan, Helen G.
Harris, Loretta J.
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