Historically Designated, 20-foot Wide By 52 Deep, This C.1910 Two-Family Neo-Renaissance Row House Was Initially Designed By Architect Louis Danacher. South-facing Full-height Angular Bays Ensure The Front-facing Parlor Enjoys All-day Light. It Requires A Complete Renovation And Is Currently Tenanted, With No Access At This Time. The Property Will Be Delivered Vacant. Particular To This Row Of Homes Lovely Front-facing Walled Terraces In Varying Designs, A Serene Space To Enjoy Morning Coffee. A Fantastic Tan Brick Facade And The Iron Grillwork At The Double-glass Doors Entry Are Beautifully Intact. Inside, High Ceilings Throughout And Beamed Dining Room Ceilings Are Just Part Of The Original Design That Will Fit Seamlessly Into Today's Redesign. The Lower Level Is Unfinished And Has Access To The Rear Garden.
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