Imagine a summer soiree on this 3.6 acre estate of this stately Georgian Colonial built in 1923 by George Wick Jr, who lovingly named it Wicklands. Renovated to original character with added updates. European influences, with hinges from Paris and stained glass (1890) from England. American influence with dining room fireplace mantle (Louisiana 1880's) egg and dart design. Original hardwood floors throughout and exquisite moldings and doors. The kitchen features hardwood floor and ceiling, Cherry cabinetry, under cabinet lighting, marble backsplash, large granite island, modern appliances, and adjacent to it is a charming walk-in pantry with white cabinets and marble...counters. The family room has 18-foot cathedral ceiling, with wood beams, ''walk-in" fireplace surrounded with limestone mantle salvaged from the Maag house, wet bar, chess playing area, and more. Off the family room area also boasts large laundry room, full bath with tiled shower, and French doors to a large stunning concrete raised patio with steps and concrete railing and ballisters. Billiard room, dining room, great hallway and staircase, study and office all original to the time this home was built. Covered porch off of office is reminiscent of the old southern porches where can enjoy a cold lemonade and escape the heat! Too many details to mention here. Finished basement with theater, game, work out, wine rooms and storage. Six car tandem garage. Outside resort with salt water pool, cabana, log home.
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