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.