Built circa 1870, and completely rehabbed and expanded upon in 2002-2003, this Mill Hill home is downright spectacular and unlike anything in the neighborhood! Once operated as a storefront with living quarters above, according to historical records, there are incredibly tall ceilings throughout the first and second floors and big sash windows, which really draw in the natural light. The house received a comprehensive renovation with elements like the kitchen, the built-in bookcases and the mantle tile in the living room, and the gorgeous garden flagstone patio and fishpond out back added a few years after the main renovation was completed. Truly a labor of love, it was executed by Atlantis Historic Properties, who have rehabbed over 20 other homes in the district. All systems were completely upgraded, new windows were installed, the façade was replaced, the plumbing, a new heating and cooling system, and a new roof were also added. This distinctive home includes a true cook’s kitchen designed by a caterer with an industrial vibe thanks to open metal shelving, a professional-grade range and hood, and a charming light-filled breakfast nook and atrium door that leads to the entirely private, secret garden with off-street parking for two cars! The upper floors include a home office/library addition and three bedrooms. The two ancillary bedrooms, the laundry, the office, and a bathroom are on the second floor while the primary bedroom suite occupies the entire third floor.
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