If you're looking for quality craftsmanship, gorgeous chandeliers, stained glass windows (purported as Tiffany), high quality upgrades, gorgeous chef's kitchen with large breakfast area, and 6248 s/f of sheer elegance, this may be the home for you. Seeing is appreciating! Although the home has had major updates less than two decades ago, the quality and workmanship of this late 19th century home is still intact. Prominent Norfolk businessman William B. Roper, had the home built in 1897. In the early 1970's, Walter Chrysler founder of the Chrysler Museum, purchased and made it their family home. Marble accents, library beautifully appointed with Tiger Oak, spectacular master suite encompassing the ENTIRE 2nd floor, with two 12x12 his and her closets, are just a start. The large lot with garden, huge shed/garage and remote privacy gate is deeded separately, but also conveys. Property assessed for more than $1M (with extra lot). Price to sell but will convey as is.
Driveway Spc, Street, Close to Mass Transit, Oversized Gar
Fireplace Gas-natural, Window Treatments, Bar, Cedar Closet, Fireplace Decorative, Perm Attic Stairs, Walk-In Attic
Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Gas Range, Refrigerator, Washer
Attic, Breakfast Area, Foyer, Master BR w/ Bath, Pantry, Utility Room, Library, Office/Study
Inground Sprinkler, Storage Shed, Patio
Walter Herron Taylor Elementary
Disclosure Statement, Estate, Historical District
Listing Courtesy of RE/MAX Central Realty.