Rare opportunity to own a piece of Pinehurst history, Boxwood Court, also known as Box Lodge, and Box Court as well as Redfield Villa is a Pinehurst classic. Built in 1909 and designed by renowned NY architect Frank Ashburton Moore and originally owned by NY publisher Tyler L. Redfield is a large one of a kind one-and-one-halfstory bungalow, was the first house to be built on the west side of Beulah Hill Road, and is listed in the National Register of historic places. This stately home is nearly 9,000 square feet and features 9 fireplaces, 5 bedrooms each with a fire place, 5 full Baths, 3 half baths, a large updated kitchen with sitting and dining areas as well as a glamorous formal dining room. A large stone fire place and original wood floors highlight a large central living room which is reminiscent of a time gone by and perfect for entertaining. Situated on 2.6 acres the property also includes a carriage house that serves as a 4 car garage and an 18.6x29.6 garden house that is completely plumbed and could be made into a guest house. With Large magnolia trees and lush landscaping this property is truly one of a kind.
Listing courtesy of United Country Real Estate/Heart Of Carolina Real Estate.
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