This Greek Revival home, The Basile Lanneau House (c. 1837), is built of aesthetically-pleasing pressed brick. In the mid-19th century, pressed bricks were reserved for more expensive construction as they required more refined production and a high degree of skilled masonry. Beautiful architectural features of 7 Pitt Street include 11' ceilings, original mantels (all equipped for gas), heart of pine flooring and classic Greek Revival features: entry porch with columns, pediments, original floor to ceiling shutters, cast iron grills with anthemion motifs, bold molding, trim and hidden sliding doors. This home has been lovingly preserved by the same family for over 20 years. Members of the HOA are responsible for maintenance and repair of common area elements on as-needed basis. Unit 1 is responsible for 45% of such costs. Otherwise, individual owners are responsible for insurance and maintenance of their dwellings. See HOA documents attached to the listing documents.
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