Built in 1915 the Lake Forest Park Georgian style home known as Wurdermann Estate, named for longtime owner Dr. Harry Vanderbilt Wurdemann, is officially back on the market asking $1.8M. Surrounded by two acres of manicured gardens, fountains, flowering trees, sport and tennis courts, this 5K sq. ft. estate, originally recently won the Shoreline Heritage Museum's Trillium Heritage Award.
Classic architectural proportions prevail from the columned facade to a sweeping, divided staircase illuminated by a crystal chandelier. Dozens of paned, French doors embrace the light and lead to open views of the lush grounds and glimpses of the lake and mountains. The original carriage house is now home to a 3 car garage and guest suite. Meticulous renovations have been made in keeping with its' historic provenance yet beautifully livable for today. Want an up close and personal look at the place? The estate is hosting a fundraiser by the Shoreline Historical Museum on Tuesday, May 20 from 6-8 pm. It'll run you $250 and you can find out more here.
· The Wurdemann Estate [RSIR]
· Fundraiser [SHM]