As you enter 36 Pleasant Street in Sharon, Massachusetts you will instantly be a part of thepast, the present and the future.Built in 1902, this Victorian Craftsman home (now offered for sale) is a true example of Steampunk design as it preserves and enhances the best of the Victorian and Arts & Crafts periods.
Steampunk design is a mixture of elegance and machinery where modern Victorian gadgetry and inventions can be found. According to the current homeowner and founder of the company ModVic, Bruce Rosenbaum,"Its a re-imagination of history."
"36 Pleasant Street is a particular space of expression where you can experience the blending of two concepts into a unique third the best parts of a bygone era infused with the comforts and technology of the present day - creating a totally new third voice or new form and function in a living space.
The home creates a sensory experience and its not just about getting a final result, but it is also about intent and process. The house is not just unusual or decorative - its a creative, functional design solution that helps you, your family and guests feel comfortable and welcome, peak curiosity, have new purpose and be inspired to adapt," Bruce stated.
Spacious and open, 36 Pleasant Street includes four bedrooms, three full and one half bathroom. It is rich in detail with built-in bookcases, painted and leaded glass windows and a beamed ceiling in dining room.
At the heart of this home you will find a modernized kitchen featuring custom built cabinetry, a two tier center island, a stove with Miele ceramic cooktop, a breakfast nook, and a Victorian heater that has been beautifully restored.
Other features include: pocket doors, four fireplaces, gorgeous up-dated baths and a beautiful master suite.This home is tucked away in your own oasis sitting on 2.64 acres of manicured lawns, flowering trees, wildflower gardens and wooded trails just .3 miles to train station and center of Sharon.
Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum, the current owners and founders of ModVic, repurpose and infuse modern technology and gadgets and everything cool into period, relevant antiques and salvage objects. This timeless home has been featuredin the Wall Street Journal, HGTV, Chronicle and Victorian Homes Magazine. Now is the chance to make it yours!
For more information contact Linda Buckland and Robyn Olson of Gibson Sotheby's International Realtyby phone at1.508.934.9997 or visit ourwebsite.