This incredible Tudor dream house was brought into reality by George Kalbfleisch in the early 1920's. Most of this home is in original condition with hand carved panels and decorative pieces from Germany, amazing doors and hand carved reliefs from a French chateau, bronze and Tiffany chandeliers, original tile and wood floors, Dresden light fixtures and so much more. This home even has the original refrigerator which has been updated and is part of the daily operations of the home. This home is not currently on the National Historic Register but does qualify. Additional rooms include a dark room, gym area, in the basement and a dance hall and play room on the third floor. The music room boasts a built in, original, Skinner organ. Believed to be one of only 13 of these built in home organs left. Huge, creek feed, four acre pond, guest house, additional building with two horse stalls all set on over forty acres, eighteen of which are wooded. Private and gated story book location.
Listing courtesy of Street Sotheby's International Realty.
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