I love Victorian architecture from the outside. The front porches and the intricate detail work creating amazing patterns that keep your eyes mesmerized, but on the inside I’ve felt they can be a bit dowdy and dark. Until now. This Victorian has been remodeled and has a wonderful Metropolitan Home feel throughout.
There were so many features I absolutely fell in love with. To start with the light fixtures over the casual dining table. The homeowner told me she got them from flea market sale and that they had come from a See’s candy factory. The shape is perfect, but the price was spectacular– $15 each!
Now of course another favorite was the artist studio. My family might never see me again! The rustic stone walls and the skylights just make you want to stop, stay and create.
The master suite was truly an escape with a large window seat and views of the city. The master bath had all the bells and whistles from the marble counters to the elaborate dual sinks–nothing was left behind.
And, lastly one of my favorites had to be the guest bath The mirror over the vanity matched the plaster cut-out over the shower and toilet. This remodeled home had so much thought put into the details. And, I’m so glad they did!
This home is currently for sale. You can check out the Realtor’s virtual tour here. And if you’re in the neighborhood you should see it in person because it is one fabulous home.
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