This property checks a lot of boxes: it's south (just) of Hill Street, with a gated drive and surrounded by tall hedges for privacy. There's an acre of land and a c. 1890, 6000 square foot main house on three levels, beautifully renovated with white marble kitchen and baths. There are charming nooks and crannies, including a turret, with seven bedrooms and five baths. There's a saltwater heated gunite pool out back as well as a 1000 square foot guest cottage with a living room, kitchenette, bedroom, bath and gym.
So why has it been on the market for close to a year now? The price does not seem unreasonable. We're not personally crazy about the staging, but is that really enough to put buyers off? What do you think?
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