Elegant Victorian Home
Get your finery on and take a look inside this elegant Victorian home on Staten Island, NY for sale. She is full of romantic grandeur. The Downton Abbey Lords and Ladies could be happy here should they visit us from across the pond. Yet the home decor has comfy cozy touches to make you want to call this elegant Victorian home sweet home.
There are some gawk-worthy details to see inside not to mention the house has views of the Manhattan Skyline. Most of us don’t have a clue what it’s like to live on Staten Island. Here is a little peek at luxury living there. It’s not over the top, out of sight, it’s kind of just right. If you want a 14 room house that is.
She is a Circa 1900’s Victorian who has weathered the test of time beautifully inside and out.
Elegant Victorian home has:
- Circular driveway
- 14 rooms
- 7 bedrooms
- 4 baths
- 3 Fireplaces
- 12 foot ceilings
- Original stained glass
- Circular staircase
- Large kitchen
- Large master bedroom
- French doors
- Wraparound terrace
- Spacious family room
I hope you love seeing all the crystal chandeliers, grand french doors, 12-foot ceilings and yet another ornate fireplace.
A lot of golden gilded furniture and crystal chandeliers in keeping with the historic Victorian style.
Spacious eat-in kitchen in spades. The cabinets seem to go on for miles. Room for the kids to skate around while your cooking if you have the patience for that kind of activity. I don’t, but it’s a crazy possibility in a kitchen this large.
Take it slow and notice all the stained glass windows, large wainscoting, and trim.
Wouldn’t it be nice to wake up to this view everyday?
I just about gasped when I first laid eyes on the golden sinks.
The listing calls the master bath a four-piece master bath.
I have to thank Carolann of Sassy Townhouse Living for sending me this home.
Unlike most of us, she raised her family on Staten Island and loves this elegant Victorian home. Thanks so much Carolann.
It’s Staten Island living so $1,799,000 please and it’s yours. Contact Donna Iadarola if you’re interested.
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