Kim Bailey and her Team at Stahl Properties have set a new standard with this quintessential Georgian Revival. Originally built in 1929, by former Eastman Kodak President Albert Chapman, this architectural gem has been restored and updated with an eye toward a modern lifestyle while keeping all of the charm and craftsmanship of the pre-WWII Era.
The list of materials, appliances and upgrades is too numerous to mention in the characters allotted., but here are just a few: Marble Counters; White Oak Herringbone Flooring; Original White Oak Pegged Flooring; Twelve-over-twelve Anderson E Series Windows; Custom Mahogany Frames and Trim; Copper Flashing, Yankee Gutters, Cupola and Roofs; Alaskan Cedar Roof; Custom Brick to match original pattern, style color and size. Solid Brass Hardware; Custom Stahl Cabinetry, Millwork and Trim throughout; Schumacher and Phillip Jeffries Wall Coverings; Bluestone Patios with Limestone Caps.
The house itself is enough to whet any appetite, but when you add in the location just off of the Country Club of Rochester (14th Hole and Practice Holes) with views in every direction, the whole package seems too good to be true.
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