This circa 1884 Renaissance Revival style residence escaped decades of neglect when the current owners took on the responsibility to restore this property to a long forgotten glory. The striking detail to catch every eye is the exedra with an array of rondel glass windows, which seem to dance between amber and green, beneath a muraled semi-dome. The reclamation and restoration began in early 2014 where many of the architectural details were preserved. The details of the extensive renovation are available by request. The historical significance of the original owners adds to the wonderful antique tapestry. Reuben Post Halleck was published in psychology, literature and history, and established a well-respected reputation in education. Annie Halleck was a champion for social welfare reform,
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