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A renovated Uptown camelback with an unusual four-sided fireplace asks $865K

Built in the 1860s, it has cypress floors and crystal chandeliers galore

Chop your own wood and it will warm you twice—or so the saying commonly attributed to Henry Ford goes. But this Uptown camelback home’s four-sided fireplace will warm you every time you look upon the unique centerpiece, whether or not there’s a fire inside.

That’s because the exposed brick fireplace sits at the intersection of the home’s double gallery and formal dining room, lending visual warmth to each area.

The renovated circa-1860s home includes antique details such as medallions, cypress floors, 14-foot ceilings, crystal chandeliers, and crown molding. Floor-to-ceiling windows and transoms soak the living area in natural light.

Clad in quartz countertops and subway tile, the kitchen is bright and cheery.

The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home has a newly remodeled master bathroom with a glass enclosure shower. All in all, it covers 2,500 square feet.

Via: Raisa Galpar of Gardner Realtors