Stately Renaissance Revival in Windsor Village seeks $1.8M

By Elijah Chiland

With an impressive Renaissance Revival exterior, this Windsor Village home cuts a striking figure from the curb.

Inside, after a thorough remodel, it looks quite comfortable.

The house was built in 1923, when development was booming in the freshly subdivided neighborhood. It last sold in 2006 (for $850,000), and since then, it’s received a long list of updates enumerated in the listing. They include new plumbing, restoration of the windows, a kitchen overhaul, and repairs to the tiled roof.

But plenty of original features remain—like hardwood floors, arched entryways, crown moldings, and an elegant fireplace in the living room.

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