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Million-dollar home: A Proper English Tudor in Park Hill

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Address: 2323 Medford Court West

List Price: $1,217,000

Year Built: 1929

Square footage: 4,156

Bedrooms: 4

Baths: 4.5

Lot Size: .28 acres

Kendall Karr Kostohryz & Kris Karr

Williams Trew

Photo credits – Trey Freeze

This classic Tudor style home, on one of the most coveted streets in Park Hill, wows with mature landscaping and calming curb appeal.

The exterior looks like a page from a travel brochure of the English countryside. It is a Tudor Revival brick and stone exterior complete with inlaid timber and diamond, leaded glass casement window details. A blue slate roof, flowering English garden and lined walkway reinforce the theme.

Inside, medium-toned oak hardwoods provide warmth and richness, while intricate crown moldings dress up the formal rooms. Custom finishes, like built-in bookshelves and silk window coverings lend to the elegant and timeless feel.

Three living areas include the formal step-down living room complete with Tudor style stone fireplace surround. There is another living area with blue stone flooring and even a dedicated study. Tudor arches with their characteristic pointed apex are a repeated feature throughout the home.

The modern kitchen has French doors leading to the patio. It showcases a giant center island with high-end white marble affording plenty of prep space. The commercial gas range and hood are stylish and functional. Thermador appliances including double ovens, a covered appliance garage, and even a Sub Zero wine cooler are built into one wall. There is also a built in desk, and display china cabinet for convenience in the eat-in kitchen.

Follow the wrought iron staircase to the second story. There are three light-filled bedrooms upstairs including the spacious master and one more bedroom downstairs. The completely modernized master bath features a soaking tub and oversized, frameless glass shower enclosure, and double sinks in the furniture-style vanity. The upstairs private patio is the perfect spot to start or end the day.

The open- air patio is covered in cobblestone. While a ceiling fan swirls above the covered patio which is accented by brick and stone archways on three sides. A stone wall lends ample privacy to the backyard which is lined with crepe myrtles, trailing ivy and English garden landscaping. As an added bonus, there is also a flexible room, with movable garage door windows, currently serving as an art studio.

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