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Wichita Historic Landmark With Woodwork Imported From Belgium & Majestic Great Room Lists For $1.85M

Loads of character in this one of a kind two story with so much history...It is the RDW Clapp House which is one of Wichita's Historic Landmarks and features many woodwork pieces imported from Belgium/England, majestic great room with vaulted wood beamed ceiling, floor to ceiling windows overlooking the backyard, custom front bookcases, and 3 large chandeliers, formal dining room with custom dining table and chairs to remain and China and linen closet, beautifully updated kitchen with fine Quartzite counter tops, professional grade appliances including two dishwashers, new cabinetry system with cushion close drawers, custom built range hood, custom stone backsplash, elevator, den, and two office spaces. Spend peaceful nights in this spacious master suite with hardwood flooring, large windows, crown molding, closets rebuilt with antique architectural materials, and updated private bathroom with heated tile flooring, claw foot tub, two pedestal sinks, and tile shower. This second level also features two additional bedrooms, loft area, walk-in cedar closet, and full bathroom. The third level features two additional bedrooms (one being used as an exercise room), a sitting area, and a full remodeled bathroom. Outdoor entertaining will be a pleasure in this spectacular and private backyard with great patio areas, pergola, inground pool with automatic cover, lush landscaping, and an enclosed pool room with tile flooring, large windows, sliding glass doors to the patio, vaulted ceiling, and chandelier. You do not want to miss this opportunity to own history. Welcome Home!

Listed by:

Cynthia Carnahan Reece Nichols South Central Kansas

Property Information:

$1,850,000, 5 bd, 7 ba, 7,083 sqft

320 N Belmont Ave, Wichita, KS 67208


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This is hands down my favorite of all the houses I've seen so far. The woodwork took my breath away. Except for a few of the pictures (paintings?), I would change them. Only one of the seven bathrooms was shown. I could not make out the floorplan. If the furniture is included, I would keep most of it. Overall I was very impressed as my hobby is studying the middle ages.

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