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           All the historical attributes of this building have been respected and well maintained, from the slate roof to the 18" French drains.

The Hague, as this body of water is called being a tributary of the Atlantic, is directly across a small road and in full view from the building.

The walking bridge has a personality all its own. Musicians, vocalist, opera singers all are frequently seen on the bridge, practicing for a performances at the Crysler Museum, Symphony and Opera House. Couples and hopeful lovers idly cross the bridge on a regular basis.

Pelicans, finches, doves, ducks, to name a few of the birds that frequent the Hague, can be viewed directly from the building. The Dogwood and Crepe Myrtles bloom for weeks on end providing a bit of privacy and habitat for the birds. You'll still be able to see the activities on the bridge, although the close proximity of the trees and the birds bring nature up close.

By day or night the walking bridge unfolds beautiful views.

No worries about parking to partake in the events at the Chrysler Museum, for its just 1/2 block from the building.
All exterior and interior painting has been completed. Shall we have a look inside.

The front patio is a lovely spot to welcome the day.

The vestibule offers an entrance from the elements.

Each of the apartments has its own mail box.

The first apartment has 2 bedrooms, full kitchen and bath, dining area open to kitchen, library, sitting room, utility room too. The owner could live in this apartment, most spacious and collect rents from the other 3 apartments, and then live for free. This photo is of the library windows overlooking the walking bridge and water.

The library has 3/4 of the walls filled with deep set shelves, suitable for 3 books deep and storage cabinets below. The windows overlook the water and the nature.

The library has a fireplace.

The sitting room with its gleaming hardwood floors also has a fireplace.

This small staircase leads to the kitchen and dining room.

This spacious kitchen conveys with Apt. #1.

The dining area is through the arches.

This bedroom has its own exit and is bright with several wide built-in shelves

Spacious full bath all tiled with ceramic flooring.

Both bedrooms have gleaming hard wood floors. This bedroom has double closets.

The staircase is this elegant all the way to the top.

The Studio has expansive views of the Hague and the activities on the bridge.

The studio also has hardwood floors and fireplace. The small window fully opened has views of the stars and a wonderful location to enjoy the fireworks on the 4th.

The studio kitchen, little yet with ease of function. High ceiling and bright.

Double closets in the studio.

There is large shower, all tiled with a bench.

Down the hall from the studio is this 1 bedroom apartment, here is a partial view of the kitchen.

Close up view of the kitchen.

The living room with its hardwood floors and fireplace.

There is a fire escape that allows access from the roof to ground floor.

The top floor is all one apartment with this hall between the bedroom, kitchen and living room. 5 closets in all.

The kitchen has this storage cabinet as well as a spacious walk-in pantry.

The top floor kitchen is open to the living room.

Full bath.

Mowbray Arch is considered the best of the best locations.

Chrysler Museum is a lovely stroll from the house.

Yes that is a really big plastic duck. This duck was the announcing the exhibit the museum. Floating about certainly is without notice.