Welcome Home ~ 1007 N. Rodney St is a single-family dwelling built 1921-1924, in the Colonial Revival architectural style and designed for Richard C. McMullen ( a prominent Wilmington businessman and former Governor of Delaware) by architect Clarence R. Hope (also designed the Aetna Hose and Ladder Company Fire Station No. 2 located at 31 Academy Street in Newark, DE).This elegant three-story, natural brick with wood trim, gable slate roof, interior gutters , rectangular-shaped building contains 4,700 sq. ft. of living space. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.Enter this home through a six Roman Column Portico into a large Center Hall, flanked by interior French doors leading on the left to the formal Living Room with wood burning Fireplace and built-ins including a large window seat and adjacent Sun Room and on the right to the formal Dining Room, followed by the updated kitchen with Stainless Steel Appliances, Powder Room and Mud Room.The 2nd Floor contains 3 spacious Bedrooms, two updated Full Baths, separate sitting areas are adjacent to two of the bedrooms . The 3rd Floor has large Master Suite including Sitting Area, Walk-in Closets and updated Master Bath complete with Jacuzzi Tub, large Shower with multiple jets and bench, plus Dual Vanities and hidden, stackable w/d. There is also a Rec Room.Period details include: Crown Molding, Wainscoting, Ceiling Medallions, Original Doors with Glass Door Knobs, and Brass Hardware, Mahogany Trim, French Doors and Balcony Trims. Window features include 6-over-1 double-hung sash throughout, hinged folding double Windows in the Sun Room, symmetrically-placed Windows on the 2nd Floor and Double Dormers on the 3rd Floor. The back yard features a heated in-ground pool and a fully fenced, secluded oasis, unlike anything found in this city. All this and a great location, minutes to shops, restaurants, Downtown or I 95.
|4/23/2019 3:00:00 AM||New Value: $635,000|
|3/20/2019 2:42:15 PM||New Value: PENDING|