On The Market: A Palatial Limestone Mansion

It’s Wyoming’s own little Xanadu.
On The Market: A Palatial Limestone Mansion

Photos by Kathy Kelly, Courtesy of Keller Williams

333 Oliver Rd., $1,997,000

Edwin Russell Stearns of the Stearns & Foster Company loved music so much that he built a home around it. Completed in 1908, this Wyoming home is built from Bedford limestone–the same Indiana limestone used in the Biltmore Estate and The Pentagon–and features an enormous (but out-of-commission) pipe organ. If you’re looking for a house with impressive craftsmanship, quirky features, and an interesting history, look no further than Oliver Road.

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The owners spared no expense in designing their home, which features a winding oak staircase, Tiffany lighting, and a Rookwood fireplace.

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While homes of this age can often be dark and gloomy, there is an abundance of windows here, and natural light shines throughout.

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The current owners have done everything possible to keep the original style intact, from the woodworking to the lighting, so almost everything you see is original.

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The original carriage house now serves as a huge three-car garage.

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You can soak in all six acres of the property from the massive porch.

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