This house may look a little familiar. We last saw it hit the market in late 2014 for $575,000. It sold in April 2015 for $520,000. It’s a big house (nearly 6,000 square feet), with a spacious backyard and a three-car garage. You know a house is big when the stairway landing can hold its own furniture. The four bedroom, four and a half bath house is listing now for $698,000.
The house was built in 1916-18, designed by William H. Van Tine for George M. Holley and renovated in 2010. There’s a modern kitchen with a big butler’s pantry and newer appliances, herringbone hardwood floors, two fireplaces, a library, a sun room, and a landscaped double lot. Each bedrooms has its own bathroom and dressing room. It’s a lot of rooms. We’re trying to imagine how much furniture it would take to fill a house like this. A few other Indian Village homes have been on the market for a few months; could we see them start to move in the historic neighborhood? This house is listed through Betty Warmack at Real Estate One.
- 2152 Burns [Realtor.com]