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Welcome to 10700 W 69th Street!
This large home boasts over 5,400 sq. ft. of living space and is located on an 1.5+ acre private lot with mature trees. It’s a rare opportunity to find this much space and the unique features that this property offers.
The seller is an avid traveler, antique collector and history buff and has built-in some amazing local items into the home including: the original front doors from Menorah Hospital, beautifully preserved stained glass from the Independence Avenue Methodist Church and a solid cherry fireplace from the pastor’s private study.
One of the most unique features of the home is the 1850’s era log cabin. Originally on the Winthrop Rockefeller’s turf farm just west of Little Rock, Arkansas, the structure was dismantled from its original location and transported log by log and re-assembled on the property. So many amazing attributes, it is really a must see!
The dining room features a bricked alcove with a copper hood and shelf enclosing an iron stove. With a roof-mounted exhaust fan, it’s useful for grilling in any kind of weather. The stove dates to the late 1700’s and is from the kitchen of a mansion in Grove’s End, London.
Other highlights include:
- brick patio with a huge sandstone block from the old Emery-Bird Thayer Department Store
- in addition to the garage parking, there is a circle drive, 4 car carport and an additional 2 car parking pad
- three outbuildings – 8′ x 12′ tool house/potting shed, 28′ x 12′ garage and a 45′ x 24′ Morton building with insulated workshop
- sun room
- screened-in porch
There is also an additional separate structure with private entrance — full kitchen, bath, living, dining, bedroom — and its own heating/cooling system. Ideal as guest quarters, art studio, apartment or the like.
10700 W 69th Street