1200 Everett Avenue is a beautiful Queen Anne Victorian with 113 years of history. Built by Emil Alt, a construction and lumber company owner, 1200 was originally part of the Slaughter family farm house. Its granduer encompasses five beds, four full baths and over 4250 square feet. Period details abound in this well maintained home, including: detailed millwork, tall ceilings and large rooms with classic windows that explode with charm; a stunning foyer and grand steps, landing in front of the stained glass window; shining wood floors with detail work seldom seen in modern homes. Located in the heart of the Cherokee Triangle, a short distance from Cherokee, Tyler and Willow parks. Two blocks from Bardstown Rd, with its myriad shops, boutiques, pubs and fine eateries. Minutes to CBD Formal living room and dining room, rehabbed full bath and new kitchen, laundry, a 2018 addition of the sun room (and hot tub), and a rare sunken study make up the first floor.
Two sets of stairs lead to the second floor which has a master suite with full bath, two other bedrooms and another full bath - all are large and welcoming.
The third floor consists of two bedrooms, including one master suite with a grand spa-like bath, complete with bidet. The wrap around front porch is simply awesome and rare, even for a neighborhood made up of great porches. Three car garage off of the alley. Exterior was recently painted, roof is recent. Full privacy fence.
Property Type:Single Family
On Site:174 Days
Lot Size:0.2 Acres