On a prominent corner, the historic Huning Mansion maintains the integrity of a bygone era while living up to today's exacting standards. Built in 1904, architect J. W. Bagley and builder Edward F. Edwards seamlessly blended Mission Revival, Neoclassical, and Craftsman-era styles, resulting in an exquisite design of impeccable detail. Formal manicured grounds and privacy hedges surround this exceptional home with stately columns, walkways, custom windows, and a welcoming entry with a graceful wrap-around porch. Masterful attention to detail defines the interiors where handcrafted wood appointments include coffered ceilings, intricately patterned floors, carved columns, and wall paneling. Five fireplaces add timeless elegance to gathering spaces on the main level. The kitchen
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