MLS® ID: PACB116206
433 MOORELAND AVENUE
CARLISLE, Pennsylvania, 17013 $589,500
The residence is located in the Old Mooreland section of Carlisle. It is an extraordinary French Normandy home designed by Ralph Edward Sparhr and built in 1948. Its design has many low or no maintenance features such has Cumberland County Limestone; stainless steel gutters and downspouts; aluminum window frames; marble baseboards, window sills and countertops, and slate roof. The design was ahead of its time featuring an open floor plan that welcomes you into the expansive living and dining room areas of the home. Off of the main entryway, the large first floor master suite is nestled in the northwest corner of the home, featuring a master bath with marble shower cube and countertops. The powder room was also remodeled in dramatic fashion. The marble staircase and aluminum handrails, staying true to the design, lead you toward two en suite bedrooms. The upstairs level also features a large cedar closet and additional storage rooms. In 1998 the residence saw a dramatic, semicircular addition to the home designed by Fredrick Harle. The kitchen wall was removed to allow for the space to be more open and features bamboo flooring as well as a sunken Library Bar. Impressive woodwork with quarter sawn beech wood as seen at the New York City Four Seasons Hotel designed by I.M Pei. The Library Bar features all ~Forms and Surfaces~ hardware, Subzero under cabinet refrigerator & ice maker and two wine coolers. Off of the Library bar is a beautiful curved poured concrete patio with water feature and stone wall built with stone that was repurposed from the addition. The home is situated on a mature lot and when sitting on the outside patio it is hard to believe you are in the heart of one of the most sought after neighborhoods in town. This home is truly a Carlisle Landmark, featured in many pieces of print and also represented in a mural inside the Carlisle Historical Society.