c.1909 Cherokee Triangle Landmark Asks $3.4M in Louisville, KY (PHOTOS)

c.1909 Cherokee Triangle Landmark Asks $3.4M in Louisville, KY

$3,400,000 | Built c.1909 | 7,353 Sq. Ft. | 3 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.45 Acres
2531 Ransdell Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, United States, 40204

Adjacent to the formal living room is the parlour that showcases gorgeous built-in cabinetry and shelving, as well as a built-in furniture piece that contains the retractable flat screen television. Right of the foyer is the sophisticated formal dining room, complete with a gas fireplace and ornate coffered ceiling. There is an adjacent sunroom with ample space to host guests.  Make your way to the kitchen to find every chef’s dream with a 60 Wolf range with French burner and griddle, a Miele steam oven, a top-of-the-line Miele microwave, and two Miele warming drawers. A large centre island with seating and stunning wood detail are added features of this exceptional kitchen. Two staircases lead to the spacious and stunning second floor living areas. Original hardwood floors grace most of the second floor, which offers three full bedrooms, each with its own ensuite bathroom.

Art Deco handmade French doors provide privacy and elegance for the spacious master suite. The master sitting area, with a flat screen TV hidden by artwork, is perfect for unwinding after a long day. Just outside the French doors is a private balcony with its own hot tub, a wonderful place for stargazing and relaxing. The spa-like master bathroom features a steam shower with built-in TV, an in-shower fogless mirror, a separate toilet closet with bidet, a towel warming drawer, a vanity with built-in TV monitor, and a large walk-in master closet with custom built-ins. The third floor has been completely updated with a mirrored exercise area, wet bar, full bath with Kohler jacuzzi tub, sauna, and an additional closet with security system for storage of valuables of all forms. Take the elevator to the basement where you’ll find every entertainers dream including a game room, stunning climate controlled wine cellar with 1,200 bottle capacity. The 0.45 acre property includes lovely gardens, a swimming pool, patios and a one-of-a-kind detached carriage house. Franklin Manor is on the market for $3.4 million with Laura Rice of Sotheby’s International Realty.

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