"Exquisite 1927 National Register Mediterranean Revival home has not been on the market since 1992. The marble fireplace in the living room was a gift from John Ringling. Renowned architect Thomas Reed Martin. Famous detective William J. Burns built this home. Updated in 2006 with all new electrical, plumbing, and HVAC. A new kitchen with double Bosch dishwashers, Sub zero refrigerators, ice machine, wine cooler, Wolf double ovens and warming drawer, Wolf 5-burner gas range, two sinks, instant hot water supply. Truly a chef's kitchen! Original features to the home include a 16 foot ceiling in the living room with french doors out to the terrace overlooking the bay. A beautiful wrought iron staircase leading to the upstairs has 1920s tiles as decoration. The sun room has floor to ceiling french door windows on three sides. The front of this room looks out into the private courtyard with fountain, the rear looks out to the bay. The dining room has French doors which also look out to the entry courtyard. The media room has seven leather recliner seats. There is also an office on the first floor and laundry room along with two powder bathrooms. Upstairs the huge master overlooks the bay across a large balcony. The master his and hers closet are each the size of small bedrooms. The master bath has his and hers vanities, a claw footed tub and separate shower which allows you to see the bay while showering. A second bedroom is upstairs. The garage apartment has a large walk-in closet and bath."
* PRICE LOWERED - $4,295,000 TO $3,995,000