Built in 1907 this well maintained stucco home has a red tile roof and gorgeous views of Cherokee Park. Designed and lived in by American Architect George Herbert Gray and his wife Mary Belknap. It is an unusual opportunity to buy a Louisville Landmark home in a premium location. Meandering front stairs and walkway with stone walls, flower urns and a slate patio in front. Entry hall is through the front door on the right side. The front door on the left opens to the sunporch. Craftsmen style beams, built in glass corner cabinets and terrazzo floors are in the entry hall, great room and dining room. French doors from the living room and the kitchen open to the brick patio in the rear. A sun filled breakfast room with glass pantry cabinets opens to kitchen nook and the eat in kitchen. The kitchen ceiling has wood beams, a five burner Italian Verona stove with stainless vent hood, a decorative antique heater and French doors that open to a large brick patio and a gently sloping rear yard with garden borders. 3 car garage with attached workshop or studio. Front and back stairs to the second floor. 3 large bedrooms across the front of the house with tree top views of the park. The middle bedroom has a tile fireplace. Across the hall is a 4th bedroom or study with a screened in covered porch and a hall bath room with a glass doored shower. There is a suite of rooms on the right side of the 2nd floor consisting of a library, a full bath with a claw foot tub and a 5th bedroom or office. 8 closets on the 2nd floor. Expansion space on the third floor or in the basement which has tall ceilings.
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