PRESENTING THE “SHELDON-GRAVES HOUSE”, CIRCA 1912
By Adam Rubenstein | October 21, 2016
This inherently valuable home is an extraordinary example of CRAFTSMAN STYLE Architecture!
Originally constructed in 1912, the Sheldon-Graves House was designed by architect Henry John Knauer. This house is a contributor to the Wilton Place National Register Historic District, established in 1979.
This large Craftsman home includes many original Craftsman elements such as: a front gabled roof, exposed rafter tails and a wide front porch, just to name a few. Meticulously maintained and move-in ready!
Located in the subdivision; Ridgewood Park, this home is situated on an over 10,000 square foot lot plus a two story accessory structure (guest house) with workshop and garage.
Sophistication, character and Old world charm are manifested in this truly exquisite home. Large foyer entry with generous size living room windows letting in lots of natural light. Den with built-in bookshelves, office and formal dining also with hand crafted built-in cabinetry. Kitchen with hi-ceiling, breakfast area and powder room on first level. French doors off the living and dining rooms for easy indoor/outdoor access to a large patio with vine covered pergola.
Upstairs features a generous size master suite with adjoining office/work-out room and walk-in closet. Large center hall bath with 3 additional bedrooms and another full bath complete this gorgeous home of casual elegance.
Lushly landscaped private back yard with unique 2-story guest house. This large 1210 square foot guest house features: a hi-ceiling great room, full bath, kitchen and upstairs bedroom.
The guest house bonus space can accommodate a multitude of uses!
This historical masterpiece is ideal for entertaining yet has definite family appeal! A truly unique and special property.