A 10,000-square-foot Greystone mansion left for dead has been rehabbed, restored, de-molded, and modernized, and is now in search of a buyer with deep pockets. Selling for $301K as a mold-infested dump in 2010, the Victorian's tremendous old architectural details by Kenwood-centric Horatio Wilson fortunately weren't far gone. A blitz rehab and addition of a chef's kitchen, media room, marble baths, and a most-unexpected two-story family room, has the place looking great and perhaps deserving of a $1.699M asking price. You'd be hard pressed to find a more extravagant old foyer/front room or a better staircase. Original details include coffered ceilings, wood moldings, bay windows, pocket doors, and five fireplaces. There's also a three-bed coach house and four-car garage.
·Listing: 4518 S Drexel Blvd. [Berg Properties]