67 Lefferts Avenue is home to an impressive living room fireplace, once hidden behind a couch before its new residents arrived.
Built in 1925, this semi-detached row house with 2 car garage has retained the charm of the era it was built.
You experience it the moment you walk through the vestibule and in every part of this townhouse floor plan.
Even its living room fireplace exhibits influences from the arts and crafts movement seen in early 20th century interior design.
The wood beamed ceilings in its living room and dining room emit a warmth that craftsman homes are known for.
Where the staircase would usually obstruct your view in traditional townhouse floor plans, it’s here you can see straight into the dining room and kitchen from the front door vestibule.
As spacious as this living room feels, there’s a way to transform it into a cozy nook.
Simply draw the blinds close and it instantly turns up its warmth factor.
How often that happens will depend on the hustle and bustle of family life.
While there’s a rec room in the finished basement, it won’t keep your entire household from congregating near the living room fireplace regularly.
And that includes the family pet.
But there’s something else you should know about this home
Typically most townhouses have 2 entrances at the front of the building. You would either enter at the parlor floor or english basement.
Beside entering into this townhouse at its front door, you could walk straight into its kitchen from the entrance just off the driveway.
That entry also makes it convenient to bring items directly into the kitchen and finished basement.
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