In 1902 Judge Frank Dale built this Italian Neo-Classical architecture home. There are four levels totaling over 6,500 sf. J.H. Bennett, who designed the Carnegie Library, was also the architect for this project: featuring a ballroom on the third floor and a full basement with outside entry. Original & unique features: chandeliers; leaded glass; exceptional wood work, craftsman staircase; hardwood floors; glass transoms; butler pantry; 5 fireplaces (all of unique design); large kitchen w/commercial Wolf 6-burner gas stove, massive butcher block counter. Brick & stone winding driveway entry reveals a porte-cochere for the carriage. The "carriage house" was remodeled into a 2534 sf detached 4 car garage, shop, unfinished 3/4 bath and 2nd level living. The frieze work under the crown moldings are beautiful. Reminder-their is a bath off the master not completed and a full bath in the carriage house to be completed. Third floor is not connected to CH&A systems - has its own floor unit.
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