An Edgeworth home is the recipient of the Qualified Silver Award for Style by The Culture of American Registered Architects.

The house is at this time for sale, mentioned by Piatt Sotheby’s Intercontinental Realty.

William H. Childs Jr. & Associates Inc. were being the architects/planners for the dwelling and recognized the award.

“This residence is an architectural masterpiece,” reported Robyn Jones, the actual estate advisor representing the sale of the house. “It seamlessly blends the most effective of the home’s primary architecture with the modern day conveniences and features homeowners have come to hope from properties of this kind of grandeur.”

The property, positioned at 330 Shields Lane, is detailed for $6,250,000 and delivers the fantastic welcome with a grand exterior featuring an early 1900s slate roof and copper gutters. The inside spares no detail or cost. Soaring ceilings, outsized doors and home windows and a palatial floorplan with 6 bedrooms and five entire and a few 50 percent bathrooms make the household a real statement of class.

The principal ground is property to a dwelling area, with French doors that open out to a patio with sights of the gardens. In the spouse and children place, coffered ceilings flow overhead, paired with stained glass windows and a brick encompass fire.

Up the curved staircase to the next floor is a handsome office environment room. Moreover, 3 massive bedrooms, two with non-public baths and one hallway bath, as well as a substantial laundry place spherical out the unique portion of the household.

Stick to the arched ceiling hallway previous the elevator and there is a luxurious owner’s suite with gorgeous coffered ceilings and a hearth. The on-suite features imported marble flooring, an outsized soaking tub, tiled steam shower with wall jets, and personal vanities. A wander-in closet with a custom made closet program, as effectively as a dressing space, offer sufficient storage.

“This award confirms what we now know about this property,” Jones stated. “It is an legendary piece of architecture and style and design situated in one particular of our region’s most sought-soon after communities.”