A historic mansion leading into West Village from East Jefferson is now for sale. Used for offices in recent years, the home was built for Frederick K. Stearns by Stratton and Baldwin in 1902. William Stratton later married Pewabic Pottery founder Mary Chase Perry, and the fireplace that sits in the great room could be the first Pewabic fireplace in the city, although some are now saying it could be Moravian. We’re working on a confirmation. The mansion has a three-story wood staircase, a grand foyer, a ballroom, 23 private suites, and nine bathrooms. It’s listing for $1,195,000.
Historic Frederick K. Stearns House lists for $1.195M
Posted on May 18, 2018