More about 2047 STANFORD AVE, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
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Beautiful setting in the heart of Baton Rouge. This home has a flexible floorplan, rich textures and warm materials throughout the house. Not your cookie-cutter house; for that person who wants something a little different & special. Interior posts are heart pine salvaged from a New Orleans monastery and are approximately 100 years old. The flooring is also heart pine and was salvaged from an American Legion Hall in Monroe, LA where it was used in the Legion hall roller rink approximately 50 years ago. Beautiful floors! The previous owners rebuilt this house after storm damage and have made it an amazing haven with first quality materials. The kitchen is open to a formal dining room and has a breakfast bar convenient for bar stool seating. Granite counterops. There is a commercial grade DCS 6-burner stainless steel range along with vent hood. There is a large picture window over the sink. The laundry and pantry area is off the kitchen along with a ½ bath. There are two den areas downstairs, along with the master bedroom and a separate office. The office (or could be a den) has slate floors, a brick fireplace and brick walls, along with a wall of windows for natural light. Any of these spaces could be used as the main den, a library, a cozy reading nook, all kinds of possibilities for an individual's needs and tastes. The master bedroom has wood floors, a walk-in closet and a bath with separate jetted tub and an oversized job-built tile shower. The exposed staircase makes for a pretty focal point. Upstairs has more unique spaces with two bedrooms on each end of the house, a large bathroom, and other rooms which could be used as offices, playrooms, reading areas, etc. Ample storage closets upstairs. Brick patio and a fully fenced backyard. Cute shed out back. Plenty of parking in addition to the covered carport. So convenient to shopping, hospitals, restaurants, parks, library, grocery stores, and health clubs. Walking distance to the LSU lakes!