Perfect for a narrow lot, Leyland Place was designed to fit an “In-Town” Suburban site within a Classic established 1930’s neighborhood. Older neighborhoods feature homes that are smaller in scale than today’s homes and have detached garages to the rear of the lots. The feel of an English Manor home was achieved by mixing brick and stone with timbered porches and a side porte-cochere.
The Entrance Hall opens to reveal a grand view of the Dining Room, Great Room, Study/Library and Stairs to both Upper and Lower Levels. The Kitchen is well appointed and features an island stove top and casual dining area. This large multi-functional area also has a Breakfast Nook and leads directly into the Sunroom/Keeping Room. A Butler’s Pantry and Laundry/Home Office are also accessible from the Kitchen and Dining Room. The Master Suite is to the rear of the home and features a bay area for seating. the Master Bath includes a large pedestal bath which is embraced by his & hers vanities, as well as a separate dressing table for her. There is a spacious walk-in closet which has separate his and hers areas. The closet also features a cedar-lined closet for those items needing special protection.