Designed in 1908 by the noted firm of Mariner and LaBeaume, this home was built as a wedding gift from Chicago’s Morton family (Morton Salt) for their daughter Alice Morton who married Harry Langenberg and has had only two owners in 111 years. This handsome Federal-style residence features outstanding architectural detailing throughout including a superb pine paneled living room with ornately carved English door cornices, shell alcoves, and Georgian fireplace mantels. The front entrance is graced by delicate leaded fanlights and sidelights. The grand entry hall entry hall features a large Palladian window. The spacious dining room includes an Adam-style fireplace mantel and leads to an enclosed solarium. The butler’s pantry leads to a spacious eat-in chef’s kitchen with granite countertops and ample storage space. The second floor features two master suites with separate bathrooms and additional bedrooms and bathrooms. Ballroom/exercise/media room on the third floor. Carriage House.
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