PHOTOS: The Historic Atherton Carriage House Has Glass Doors Originally From The Seelbach Hotel

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The Atherton Carriage House in Glenview was built in 1901 by Peter Lee Atherton.

The carriage house originally housed Jersey cattle, Atherton’s horses and Packard cars until 1952 when it was converted into a private residence with 5,000 square feet and five bedrooms.

The home has all the modern touches you’d expect while still preserving its historic value. For example, separating the main bedroom and a multi-level sitting room are beautiful glass doors originally from the Seelbach Hotel.

And outside, you’ll find a large pool that is almost as stunning as the house. 

The Atherton Carriage House is currently listed at $1,895,000 by Jon Mand of Lenihan Sotheby's International Realty.


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