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