c.1926 English Heritage Landmark in Richmond, VA For $5.975-Million (PHOTOS)

imagereader-1.aspx c.1926 English Heritage Landmark in Richmond, VA For $5.975-Million

5115 Cary Street Road, Richmond, Virginia, United States, 23226

Ideally situated on 3.4 very private acres in the heart of Richmond’s most prestigious corridor, this stunning English heritage landmark with its stately turret exemplifies elegance, stature and grace. Designed by Baskervill and constructed by true craftsmen in the late 20’s, there is a masterful balance of the home’s historic architecture with today’s living requirements and modern systems. Tall ceilings, grand English oak flooring, elegant oak doors with handsome hardware, stunning stone and ironwork, intricate plaster and trim work, and unique fireplaces envelope the living and entertaining spaces with luxury and wonderful scale. This exceptional manor, its cobblestone courtyard and entrances and tranquil reflecting pond, fountain and swimming pool area are all beautifully positioned behind privacy walls, fencing and electric gates. A truly majestic home offering 4- 5 bedroom suites with private baths; well scaled primary rooms; a generous kitchen with all modern amenities which opens to a comfortable keeping room with a fireplace, casual dining area and bar; stately dining room and living room areas with fireplaces; plus a welcoming entrance hall and light filled solarium which both lead to a generous blue stone terrace with a sweeping view of the grounds. The home also offers additional entertainment and exercise areas and incorporates modern mechanical and security systems to provide every comfort for a family lifestyle and both casual and elegant entertaining. A rare opportunity positioned in a most convenient location to Richmond’s financial district, cultural venues, outstanding restaurants and exceptional schools. It’s on the market for $5,975,000 with Sotheby’s International Realty.

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