This Queen Anne Dutch Colonial is currently on the market for the first time since 1952. You can tell this home has only had 2 owners since its construction in 1919. Even though this house has been updated to have all the right quartz, and all the right tile, in all the right places… it’s still easy to fancy what the house was like when it was first built.
This sophisticated Dutch Colonial home, situated in a prime walkable Queen Anne location, is meticulous through and through. It comes with all the bells and whistles that are in style: two tone inset kitchen cabinets and top of the line stainless appliances. It’s outfitted with a Liebherr refrigerator, Viking stove, integrated dishwasher, a wine refrigerator, lower cabinet microwave, built-in speakers, crown moulding, and a farmhouse sink.
New hardwood floors are on the main level and the original refinished hardwood floors are upstairs. New windows were installed upstairs and Hunter Douglas blinds are matchy-matchy throughout the house. There is new corresponding chrome hardware throughout… and you guessed it, even the hinges match.