This all brick and stone Philip T. Shutze home, built in the late 1920's, sits on 1.5 acres of sprawling, level and spectacular property. Entry to foyer leads to formal living room, separate den and dining room, all filled with tons of natural light. Kitchen features stainless appliances, granite countertops and flows to separate breakfast room. Master Suite up with sitting room and balcony and 2 gracious secondary bedrooms. Sunroom with walls of windows, beautifully finished brick floors and exposed stone throughout makes this the ideal space for entertaining, as it opens up to the beautiful, expansive and private backyard.
As a mortgage lender I know and have worked with a lot of GOOD intown Realtors. I chose to work with Frank Golley when we were looking for a primary residence that we knew would not be our forever home. He and I as business associates had talked investment strategy on many occasions plus I saw from the inside how he represented buyers in contract negotiations. We ended up buying a home that was a great fit, wonderful neighborhood and extremely profitable when we sold it 4 years later. Thanks, Frank for exceeding our expectations!Denise Pajak