Architect Designed Tudor Revival ~ Westmoreland Place
Designed in 1930 by Courtenay Sommerville Welton, this stucco and slate Tudor Revival is situated on nearly an acre of sweeping and manicured grounds. Inside, you are greeted by a front-to-rear center hall detailed with arches and diamond-paned leaded glass windows, well-appointed formal rooms, den and a gracious family room with built-in bookcases and abundant windows. The first floor offers large scale entertaining and comfortable living spaces. The kitchen was expanded and renovated in 2011 by Franko Lafratta and includes custom white cabinetry, granite counters and SubZero/Wolf appliances. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and four baths, including a 2-room master suite with separate sitting room with gas fireplace, dual baths and closets. Dine alfresco on the raised bluestone wraparound terrace overlooking the mature trees and perennial plantings. This home is completed by the attached 1-car garage, 9′ ceilings on the first floor, ample storage in the unfinished basement and attic.