Built as the personal home of prominent 1904 World's Fair architect, Louis LaBeaume, this beautiful Central West End home has one of the most unique Tudor facades outside of England. Long considered one of the jewels of this much sought after block of Waterman Place, this home features over 6,000 sqft, with 6 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a large backyard with patio, gazebo, pool, and yard. Though built in 1909 and boasting exquisite period moldings and finish details, this home's floor plan seems as though it was designed today - the first floor's large formal rooms strike a cozy, welcoming impression flow graciously from one room to the next. The second floor has a perfectly proportioned primary bedroom with dressing room and dedicated bath, two large bedrooms with Jack and Jill bathroom, and a den that could option as an additional bedroom. The third floor has two bedrooms, full bath, and a large multi-purpose media/game room. Plenty of options for a garage site in large backyard.
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