clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Indian Village Georgian Revival home with carriage house seeks $600K

New, 9 comments
Photos by Planomatic

This 98-year-old home in Indian Village reminds us of the grand times in which these homes were built. Built by John Frazer for industrialist Harry J. Warner in 1919, the 6,000-square-foot house has seven bedrooms, three and a half baths, three fireplaces, beautiful flooring, and a carriage house with its own living space. It’s listing for $599,995.

This house blends rich original character with modern amenities. The grand foyer has a sweeping staircase leading to a mezzanine with a Palladian window. French doors connect many of the downstairs rooms, bringing in lots of light. A rich library has wood paneling and a fireplace. The kitchen has modern upgrades, and a nearby butler’s pantry has plenty of storage. The house has multiple dining and sitting areas. Recent upgrades include a newer roof, refinished floors, new paint, repaired plumbing, a new security system, and a new kitchen. A lot of work went into this grand house. It’s listed through Joy Santiago at Dwellings Unlimited.