Wonderful Tudor Revival home on corner lot, originally built by Pike & Cook for Woodworth Elevator Co. owner, Richard Paul Woodworth in 1907. The architect, William Kenyon, best known as the head architect for the Soo Line Railroad, designed this home and is noted for debuting the sweeping side staircase. This grand residence is filled with charming, character period details. Huge living room features a Mahogany fireplace surrounded by Grueby Faience tiles. Work from home in the Library with extensive built-in shelving and diamond pane windows. Enjoy the airy-bright sunroom and plenty of storage in the butler's pantry featuring built-in China hutches. Stroll around your own garden on paver stone walkways. Home is over 4,000 sq. ft. above ground with an unfinished basement featuring 1300+ more sq ft - perfect for your next movie theater, MIL suite, home gym. Four stall garage in the city. Over $100k+ in improvements including a brand new full bathroom renovation.
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