The John Leavell House, Circa 1890-Site #663 of the National Register of Historic Places- Queen Anne Architecture. Restored to its full grandeur it must have held for Georgetown residents during those first few years! Full restoration and additions were complete in 2010, mixing the warm character of old with modern conveniences. A gourmet cooks kitchen with many modern touches includes, an over-sized island, knotty alder cabinetry, granite with stainless GE Monogram appliances (2 dishwashers, tri-vection oven, 6-burner gas stove/grill, a walk-in pantry, Uline commercial grade wine cooler and built-in ice maker. A second-story master bathroom, walk-in closet, as well as an elevator was added to the already existing secondary master-ensuite, front bedroom with baywindow and stained glass accents. Each bedroom is accented with a fireplace. A designated office with closet is also on the 2nd floor and connects to the master en-suite. On the third floor, a secret library accessible by a wall of bookshelves with game room, bar and billiards. A master en-suite with circular sitting area was part of the addition as well. A full bath with what is said to be an original clawfoot tub decorates the full bath off the game room. A detached oversized garage is accessible by a stone path from the back garden. Note the six stone fireplaces, wrap around porch, and two walk-out terraces that warms the home. The grounds are professionally landscaped and maintained, with a gas-firepit, fountains, and beautiful roses. The drive-up portico creates ease in access to the side entry. Each room is filled with furnishings from the 19th century, taking you back to Circa 1890!
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