<img src="https://agentmarketing.com/usr/12/69/97/10/85/170906085932.jpg?t=1516507970"><br>Check the &quot;More Info&quot; button below the address to see a 3D Virtual Tour, floor plans and more. Well preserved &amp; restored 1854 Greek Revival home with Italianate touches in the Glendale Historic District, only 2 blocks from the Glendale Village Sq. 12ft ceilings, original plaster moldings and medallions in dining room and parlor, marble fireplaces, impressive 32' center hall foyer w/ elegant staircase. Oversized master suite, 2nd floor laundry, Gunite pool &amp; stunning grounds. New roof. This home was built by George Crawford in 1854, one year before Glendale because a city and George was elected the first Mayor. It is also called the H.W. Hughes House &amp; &quot;Ashlea&quot; by the Miller family, who lived there for over 50 years. As a pre-civil war home, its style can also be described as Antebellum. <br>