Located in the heart of Crescent Hill in the historic Randolph House built in 1824, this first floor unit oozes with charm and all the modern amenities your pickiest buyers would want! Renovated in 2006 with matching rear wing additions featuring 2 bedrooms and 2 baths by local architects John Bajandas and Graham Clark of Shedd Designs into 4 condominiums. 12.5 foot ceilings, 18 inch moldings, beautiful hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces with gas logs, 2 porches, access to lovely garden area. New paint throughout. Brand new kitchen with 10 foot tall cabinets, marble counter tops and backsplash, white DXV cast iron farm house sink, 84 inch Bosch French door refrigerator with integrated front, Bosch dishwasher, Sharp under counter microwave, 48 inch Zehpyr range hood, 48 inch gas Bertazonni range (negotiable $4000 allowance) separate bar area with GE soft ice machine, U Line refreshment center, 5 foot contemporary chandelier in the living room $4800, custom plantation shutters, custom shelving and lighting in the dining room, remote control shades in master with lined linen draperies, new feature tile wall in shower, marble seat and curb, new mirror & lighting. Hall bath has custom shower curtain from Spindletop. And so much more - a must see!
$000 Monthly Payment
Loan and interest only. Taxes and insurance not included.
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