Miller House

  • 1610 St. Mary's Street
    USA Raleigh , NC 27608
    Wake County
  • $2,200,000
  • 3,697 square feet
  • Lot Size: .38 acres / Zoning: Residential

Anne Scruggs , REALTOR®/Broker
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

1610 St. Mary’s Street in Raleigh (aka the Miller House) is a two-story dwelling made of Glenwood Quarry cut-stone with a hipped roof. It features unique fenestration, an asymmetrical façade, and wide eaves. The house includes rusticated stone sills, a center-hall plan, and an exterior stone chimney.

It is possible that the house was built by Howard E. Satterfield, a builder who helped define the character of Hayes Barton in the 1920’s.

Today, the house is renovated to perfection, retaining its architectural character while embracing modern amenities and technological advances. The front entry, Juliet balcony, stone patios, and veranda call to mind the European countryside. The Glenwood Quarry stone and wide mortar veining confirm it’s a Hayes Barton original.

The room count includes a separate dining room, living room, study/den, and bonus room, creating options for office and exercise spaces. All 4 bedrooms have their own recently renovated bathroom. The kitchen features a large island, gorgeous white quartz countertops with a suede finish, a custom server with Calacatta Gold quartz, hand-glazed tile backsplash, custom cabinetry, Miele and Thermador appliances, and a walk-in pantry.

Exterior living spaces include a Veranda off the living room and a 9×30 flagstone patio with gas-line. Plus, the back yard is fenced in!

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