Located in the original neighborhood of Ansonborough, the James Stocker House built between 1840-1842 is one of a kind! Constructed of Philadelphia preset brick with a parapet of cast-iron grilles in a Greek anthemion design and a dog toothed cornice, this residence has double piazzas, French doors leading into three spacious rooms which open into each other, and a grand rear stair hallway. The main house consists of formal living and dining rooms with heart pine floors, high ceilings and exceptional fireplaces. A modern, well-equipped kitchen, and family room are also on this level. Upstairs consist of three bedrooms, two baths and an office. At the rear is a two-story carriage house which rents for $1800. Wrought iron gates, off-street parking and a garden complete this special estate!
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