Circa 1908: This Colonial Revival home was designed by renowned architect Stanhope Johnson for Philip S. Boxley, a successful railroad contractor. An inviting portico with detailed mill work welcomes guests into the 32x10 foyer. A wall of geometric leaded glass adorns the staircase landing. The staircase is center to the parlor, dining room, and gentleman's room.To the right of the foyer is a 10x10 butler's pantry leading to the updated kitchen. The kitchen boasts cherry cabinets, abundant counter space a breakfast nook with a bay of windows, and is adjacent to the laundry area and newer addition which hosts the seventh fireplace.Three pocket doors, twelve foot ceilings, arched doorways, custom milled wainscoting, trim and doors with decorative transoms, original light fixtures, six original coal burning FP with intricate designed covers, servants stairs, sleeping porch, and a carriage house ( needs TLC) a potential guest house, and 2 terrace Level apartments/ rent History 550.0 MO.