. Built in 1937 and lived in and enjoyed by the founder of T Rowe Price, this enchanting six bedroom, five and one half bath stone residence was modeled after the circa 1782 Dr. Barraud House in Williamsburg, Virginia. Thoughtfully designed for sophisticated entertaining and comfortable living, quiet sun-filled rooms with endless charm grace the multiple living spaces which are further enhanced by high ceilings, beautiful millwork, and wide board hardwood floors. The spacious and elegantly proportioned rooms present four gas and one wood fireplace, and abundant natural light through large windows and French doors. A large white and granite cook’s kitchen overlooks a delightful stone walled breakfast room with full size arched glass cottage doors that open to a private courtyard where the original gas crab steamer is displayed. Situated on a large corner lot accented with stone walls, a captivating private yard overlooks serene landscaping and water features from a lovely, covered bluestone terrace.
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