• For Sale    86,611,872 JPY
  • 2210 West Gramercy Place
  • Build Size: 258.08 m2
  • Land Size: 1,092.63 m2
  • Property Type: Single Family Home
  • Property Style: Historical
  • Bedroom(s): 3
  • Bathroom(s): 2
  • Half Bathroom(s): 1

Property Description

Welcome to "The Alamo," a cherished historic home with a rich story to tell. Originally built in 1928 by A.B. Walton and later reimagined in the 1950s by the esteemed architect Phil Lloyd Shoop, this residence holds a special place in the heart of the charming neighborhood of Historic Monticello Park.Step inside, and you'll be greeted by a harmonious blend of timeless charm from the 1920s and the distinctive flair of the 1950s with a touch of Japanese influence. Sunlight streams in through clerestory windows, casting a warm glow on the maple paneling, terrazzo flooring, and pecky wood accents that adorn the interior. The oak wood flooring and 10-foot ceilings from the 1920s add to the home's character and allure.In the kitchen, Hoosier cabinets with fluted glass fronts evoke a sense of nostalgia, providing both practicality and retro charm. A built-in buffet with a quartz counter invites you to entertain guests, with pocket shoji screens offering privacy in the dining room.Cozy up by the fireplace in the den, where 12-foot cathedral beamed ceilings create an inviting atmosphere. A convenient wet bar adds to the appeal, making it the perfect setting for hosting memorable gatherings with loved ones.This home also boasts a 2-car detached garage with a charming frosted panel garage door, providing secure parking and additional storage space. Attached to the garage is a workshop, perfect for DIY projects and hobbies. Additionally, nestled in the backyard, you'll find a cute children's play shed, offering a whimsical retreat for young imaginations to thrive.With three bedrooms and two and a half baths, this home offers ample space for relaxation and rejuvenation. Step outside to the covered patio, where you can bask in the fresh air and create lasting memories with outdoor gatherings and leisurely moments."The Alamo" is more than just a home—it's a sanctuary where the past seamlessly intertwines with the present, inviting you to write the next chapter of its storied history. Welcome home.

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