We were walking past and saw the "open" sign...so glad we did! This is a beautifully restored Greek classic revival home with a fascinating history. Purchased in 1939 by a single woman who was a successful business owner. She was an antique shop owner and collected beautiful pieces for the house while she lived there (until her death in 1989). She also preserved and/or restored some beautiful pieces including some incredible "gasolier" chandeliers, and immense parlor mirrors. Well worth a visit, both for the home itself and to learn about the woman who took such care to preserve it.
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