The Rowley-Bosart House is a wonderfully preserved Eastlake Style Victorian home built in 1884 by Charles Rowley. Two stories of living space filled w/period details - ornate cherry and oak entry, formal entry hall w/original staircase, formal dining room w/oak wainscoting, period lighting, hardwood floors, pocket doors, soaring ceilings, 5 decorative fireplaces (2 on the main floor feature stunning Carrera marble), leaded and beveled glass windows and built ins. Kitchen updated w/granite, but still features floor to ceiling built ins. Former maid's quarters w/back staircase converted to convenient 2nd floor laundry. Walkup unfinished attic w/access to Widow's Walk. Unfinished basement. 2 car detached garage w/opener. Updated furnace, air, and electric. Worth the tour!
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