Introducing 846 Middle Street, Portsmouth's finest Gem! Built in 1902, this meticulous 2966 sq ft shingle-style property was designed by Robert Coit, HH Richardson Architects. Step into the turn-of-the-century character filled home and find yourself in the welcoming piazza leading to the front door entry. Impressive foyer w/ its architectural details and elegant front staircase sets the tone for this regal property! The fireplaced living room features a built-in window seat, pocket doors, ornate woodwork, and hardwood flooring. Well-appointed first floor den/parlor with original stained glass window. The elegant formal dining room gives you a sense of opulence with original built-in leaded glass China cabinet, service intercom and bell. The updated spacious kitchen is a classic blend of today's living, while preserving the vintage period of the home. Amenities include granite, slate, and wood countertops, original butler's pantry, built-in cabinetry, breakfast bar and back staircase. The fireplaced primary bedroom has a light and airy feel. Two additional bedrooms and appointed baths w/ radiant heated floors and separate laundry complete the second floor. Newly carpeted finished third floor serves as another guest/bonus room or office. Enjoy the lush manicured landscaped grounds from your sunroom or expansive maintenance free deck. Two car detached garage, central air, irrigation, new sewer replacement, night lighting and more. A short sidewalk stroll to downtown Portsmouth!
Listed by Judith Bodi, Carey Giampa, LLC/Rye
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