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1st Floor

Photo of a big red brick historic old home.
My old maple home was built from 1898-1908 by a Navy surgeon. It is around 4,000 square feet and has three stories, 16 rooms all together.
Photo of a white laundry room with stained bead board ceiling.
This is the newly renovated laundry room. Originally, it was a back porch.
Photo of a vintage hanging chandelier with crystals.
This is an original to the house light fixture that resides in the dining room. It was originally kerosene, but has been converted to electric.
Photo of a white love seat with bookshelves in the background.
This is the great room looking towards the built-in book shelves.
Living room with white love seats and a red brick fireplace.
This is the great room on the main floor.
Photo of a mudroom with white ship lap walls and built-in coat hanger.
Here, you see the build-in coat rack to serve as a drop station when you come into the house from the back porch.
Photo of a white kitchen with subway tiles to the ceiling and big white transom windows over a farmhouse sink.
This is the newly updated kitchen. The original transom windows over the sink got a fresh coat of pure shite paint and a farmhouse sink was installed.
Photo of a built in china cabinet full of milk glass.
The Old Maple Home is full of one-of-a-kind built-ins. This one, looks to have been added a little later on, maybe during the first decade of the 1900s.
Photo of a shelf above the washer and dryer.
Another fun perspective of the laundry room. This window looks even bigger in person and it lets in loads of natural light!