Styles come and go but classic architecture endures; and 209 Arlington is a fine example of a good Victorian house built with a center hall, a basic four room plan of earlier days, but with Victorian flourishes that give it the warmth and scale you sense from the exterior facade. It is one of the earliest houses in Arlington Heights.
The fact that it has been professionally and meticulously restored, and appropriately updated, make it a great choice for moving in and not doing a thing.
It has a wonderful and generous master bedroom and bath wing on the first floor with a heated marble floor for total comfort.
This Arlington Heights area has service alleys; and because the house sits on two and a half lots, it has lots of off street parking. All city services are accessed from the rear adding to the remarkable neatness of the neighborhood.
LOCATION: Arlington Heights is a lovely residential area adjacent to the down town grid of the original city. It surrounds and gets its name from nearby famed Arlington Plantation.
BOUNDING STREETS: State Street, St. Charles Street, and Washington.
4 BATHS: 3 full and 1 half bath
SQUARE FOOTAGE: From a recent appraisal: 4265 square feet
LOT SIZE: 125’ x 142 ½ ‘: 17,812 square feet
DESIGNATIONS: The Prestigious 2010 Kelly Restoration Award From the Historic Natchez Foundation
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ROOF: It has what seems to be its original stamped tin tiled roof