Mauchline. Constructed between 1916 and 1917, the impressive Tudor Revival home was designed by architectural firm Wilson Eyre and McIlvaine as a single family residence. Mauchline is historically significant for two main reasons: it is the only example of Eyre’s work remaining in Delaware and because it is associated with Frank Gifford Tallman, a locally significant person to the city of Wilmington, Delaware.
The half-timbered home features two prominent gables on .67 acres of fenced in green space in the City of Wilmington. The rough-faced brick on the second half of the home was considered a recent innovation at the time of construction. The second floor of the home consists of nine bedrooms and five bathrooms. Five of these bedrooms are large and located in the main block of the home. The remaining four are significantly smaller and located in the service wing. It is believed the home was designed to consider a household staff as well.
Outstanding opportunity to own a historic property within the city limits. Major rehab required. Being sold as-is, where-is with no warranties expressed or implied.
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