Gracious, European-styled estate in Frontenac built with a loving testament to craftsmanship. This incomparable home was built in 1928 when Lindbergh Boulevard was still called Denny Road. The home is a classic with terrazzo floors, massive carved fireplace, ornamental ironwork, imported Italian fountain in the sunroom, Art Deco light fixtures & ornate plasterwork. The expansive Living Room features coved lighting, wood-burning fireplace & carved columns and leads to a newer, wood-paneled family room addition. This light-filled room features a wet bar, vaulted ceiling, wood floors & doors that lead to the patio. The elegant Dining Room has an adjacent sunroom featuring a impressive Italian ceramic fountain. The master bedroom suite has a newer Master Bathroom featuring a marble tiled shower, separate tub, dual vanities & 2 commodes. There is a bright kitchen with plenty of cabinets & a breakfast room with a bay window. The tennis court makes the property feel like your own country club.
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