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Uptown Neoclassical revival mansion asks $1.395M

Built it 1899, it was designed by architects behind City Park’s Peristyle

Designed by the architecture team behind City Park’s neoclassical Peristyle, this 1899 Milan mansion that just hit the market also has some exquisite details.

The 4,737 square-foot mansion, built in 1899 by the duo Andry and Bendernagel, has a large front porch with triple columns. The leaded glass front door leads into a foyer, which has a gorgeous staircase that has a landing with a window nook. Elsewhere in the home are ceiling medallions, cypress pocket doors, bay windows and window seating, and fireplaces. Upstairs, besides the four bedrooms, there’s a light-filled room that is being used as an art studio.

Outside, there’s a pool, citrus garden, and two-story carriage house that is currently a rental.

What’s the asking price? $1,395,000.