Wonderful Old Highland Park 1916 Historical Traditional on a Gorgeous 70′ x 208′ Corner Lot
Situated in prestigious Old Highland Park, 3729 Stratford Avenue is a wonderful 1916 historical traditional residence nestled on a gorgeous 70′ x 208′ corner lot. In 1916, Woodrow Wilson was our president, Norman Rockwell’s first cover of the Saturday Evening Post was published, the National Park service was established and 3729 Stratford Avenue was built. Many things have changed since then, but classic architectural styling has not. Much of the home was remodeled and updated in 1999-2000 to include a large gourmet kitchen, master bedroom with a lovely period bath, and guest quarters above the garage, which were sheet rocked and plumbed for water and electricity. The owners were meticulous in demanding that updates be done in the period styling of 1916. The home offers expansive light throughout, quarter-sawn hardwood floors and classic livability. Located on a 70×208 corner lot the possibilities are endless! The charming two-story home offers approximately 5, 172 square feet, five bedrooms, 4.1 baths, elegant formals, an office, family room, utility room, elevator, mud room, two fireplaces, guest quarters and a two-car garage completes this wonderful property.