Description: Stately 9 bedroom colonial mansion and large Coach house in Hyde Park/South Kenwood designed in 1899 by Benjamin Marshall for Mr.D.F. Bremner, the founder of the D,F Bremner Baking company. Benjamin Marshall has designed many exclusive hotels and residents: the Drake and Blackstone hotels; as well as many exclusive homes along East Lake Shore Drive. This home sits on a corner lot on Greenwood Ave and 50th. This well maintained home has great space and all the original architectural details; high ceilings, mahogany moldings and panelling. The circular entrance hall extends to the 2nd floor. The oval dining room has wainscoting, and an ornate plaster ceiling. The 1st floor 21 x 28ft library has an imposing period fireplace & built in book cases,and a 17 x 20 ft living rm. The 2nd floor has 6 brms & 4 ba., the 3rd floor has 3 brms, 2 ba., a ballroom/rec room and a den.There is a full basement and a 5 bdrm.updated coach house. An Expansive manicured front and back lawn graces the home. This property has lots of parking, two or more cars on first floor of a very spacious coach house, plus additional space in the driveway.
|School||Low Grade||High Grade||SchoolSparrow Score||Reavis Elem Math & Sci Spec Schl||K||8||58.9||Kenwood Academy High School||9||12||131.6|
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