This beautiful Georgian Revival home sits at the end of Grove Street in the historic Federal Hill. Known on the National Registry of Historic Homes as the “Marlborough House”, this home was designed by Richard Henry Dana & built in 1929 for Edward Ingraham, whose family were leaders in the locally significant clockmaking industry. The house is beautifully appointed w/marble floors in the front entryway. Large formal dining room has had all intricate woodwork restored & includes a marble fp. Remodeled kitchen has high-end appliances, large island & coffee/wine bar. 3 large bay windows on the main level allow for an abundance of natural light into the main living area. Library w/original woodwork & built-in shelving throughout. The 2nd floor greets you with grand archways running down the main corridor. Large master suite w/fp, dressing room & full on-suite bath w/separate shower. There are 4 more bedrooms on the second level, all w/adjoining bathrooms. Additional large living area on the second floor that can be used as a recreation room or office.The 3rd floor has an additional 4 bedrooms & common space. Full basement w/2 additional garage bays & finished section that can provide additional entertainment space. Other amenities include plenty of storage closets, tennis court, patio, balcony & apartment above the 3 car garage. This home is simply one of a kind from its architecture to its history & clear pride of ownership. This is the “wow” factor you have been waiting for!
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