Situated on a landmarked street in the Prospect Heights Historic District, this distinctive Renaissance Revival limestone was built in 1899 by William Reynolds and architect Benjamin Dreisler. On a deep 131' lot, the house is 20 x 50 with an original two story extension besides. Single family home that preserves unusual level of detail. What you can see from the street - a graceful four story curved bay front, carved decorative motifs, and L shaped stoop - is just the beginning. Inside you'll discover a grand triple parlor, original crown moldings and built in cabinetry, stained glass transoms, preserved mantels, lots of light and high ceilings.
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Alex M. booked a film shoot for 3 people
Great space to shoot an interview. Lots of chair options. Very responsive and easy to deal with.