1926 Tudor Revival Asks $1.2M in Scranton, Pennsylvania
$1,200,000 | Built 1926 | 7,870 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.94 Acres
1015 Electric Street, Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, 18509
Constructed in 1926 and located in one of Scranton, Pennsylvania’s most coveted neighbourhoods, this Tudor Revival has been reduced to $1.2 million. The property hit the market in September 2020 for $1.25 million. As you approach the massive Tudor Revival home & step onto the curb, take note of the bluestone that has replaced not only at the curb, but the entire sidewalk and entrance to the stairs leading up to the wide wrap-around porch. The entrance is grand with 10-foot beamed ceilings, polished oak floors, a grand staircase with two-storey Tiffany stained glass windows, as well as a reading room, a grand piano playing room that is currently occupied by Abraham Lincoln’s White House piano (negotiable with sale of house), and a reception foyer. The kitchen with a stacked stone gas fire place has the requisite butler’s pantry with a wine fridge, 6 burner range, built-in commercial refrigeration, microwave, compactor and a dishwasher.
The kitchen is complete with marble countertops, tiled floors and a chandelier. There are 5 bedrooms on the second floor. The first room has an ensuite bathroom and a walk-in closet. The others share a bathroom. The master bedroom includes a parlour room and an elegant bath with a jacuzzi tub. The third floor has the potential for two more very large bedrooms. The lower level of the home has a walk-in wine cellar, reach-in humidor, recording studio, bar seating for 12, piano lounge and pool table. Outside is alfresco dining area, stunning in-ground pool and a Tudor-style two-car garage with loft. The property is on the market for $1.2 million with Mark McColligan of Wayne Evans Realty. Photography and information found on the agent’s listing.
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