Grand in size and style, this marvelously renovated Jacobean Tudor was originally designed by well-known Cleveland architect Frederick Striebinger. The interior has since been renovated for contemporary living while keeping its original grandeur intact, including original woodwork, trim, and beautifully restored oak floors. The craftsmanship, then and now, is impeccable. You enter the home through the grand foyer with walnut paneled walls and a magnificent central staircase with balconies framing a two-story leaded glass window. A banquet-sized dining room and spacious living room with gorgeous fireplace and bay window are off the foyer. Beyond the dining room is a breakfast room leading to a new spacious contemporary kitchen. This eat-in kitchen is a gourmet cook's dream with fabulous appliances, cabinets, and countertops for preparing food and dining. A pantry with prep sink and laundry is off the kitchen. A library off the living room is lined with walnut paneling, bookshelves and fireplace. And a sunlit tea room is beyond the living room. The upper floors are a wonder, 9 bedrooms, 6 full baths, and a half-bath. The main suite is exquisite. It features a large bedroom, sitting room, stunning new bathroom with shower, tub, vanity, and two dressing rooms. Also, on the 2nd floor is a linen room with built-ins and laundry. On the 3rd floor are more living quarters, bedroom, kitchenette, and full bath. And topping off this Jacobean Tudor wonder is an 1100sf ballroom & theater.
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