Beautifully renovated and presented Colonial Revival home on Stockley Gardens. Built by Elbert Tatterson (who also built the Wells Theater) as a personal showcase and once owned by C. H. Nix, President of Norfolk-Southern Railroad. Impressive foyer with coffered ceiling and Inlaid oak floors. Rich formal rooms plus spacious family room. Custom kitchen with top-line finishes, plus additional prep/clean-up area with huge pantry. Spacious butler's pantry with sink and wine refrigerator. Master bedroom with sitting area and luxurious bath with large walk-in shower and soaking tub. Five bedrooms plus additional rooms - one currently a music room, the other an office. Front and rear staircase. Two dishwashers, three garbage disposals. Three gas fireplaces - first floor. Three decorative fireplaces - second floor. Generator conveys.
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