Magnificent historic home in Lower Essex Heights area presumed built in 1867-1870 by Ella Sharp's father, of the Ella Sharp Museum & Park that are nearby. When you enter the circle drive on 1.4 acres you will feel transported in time to a very enchanted southern colonial private estate, reminiscent of, ''Gone with the Wind''! The large slate front porch welcomes you through solid wood door leading into an absolutely gorgeous foyer with high 11' ceilings, original 1800's wood floors, huge arches, coved ceilings & thick moldings throughout the home. Spacious living room has bay window sitting area, a gas fireplace with custom built in hidden TV cabinet. Wrap around to a formal dining room with another bay window, kitchen and a large study with built in bookshelves for an excellent place to relax, play or use as a home office. Kitchen offers plenty of cabinets, an island and casual eating space that leads to a spectacular enclosed large 3 season porch.
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