This Cherokee Triangle Mansion Has Curb Astonishment, Not Just Curb Appeal [PHOTOS]


You’ve probably seen this mansion’s white columns if you’ve walked Cherokee Road. Now, you can see the inside. The owners are selling the house, built in 1910, for $1.4 million. 

The home’s foyer is just as impressive as its facade, flanked by a study and a dining room.

The family room is off of the kitchen, with French-door access to a covered back deck. 

Travel up the double staircase to a second floor with the master suite and two other bedrooms.

But that’s not all. There’s a third floor with an open gathering space, as well as a fourth bedroom, full bath and kitchenette. 

See the full listing here. 

Photos via Zillow.