The Marcus Baker House was built in 1889 and consists of 6 bedrooms including a spacious 2-bedroom apartment occupying more than 4,000 square feet. The home was built for the co-founder of the National Geographic society with finely crafted details and features bay window projections, wood burning fireplaces, hand carved center staircase and a freestanding garage previously used for the horse carriage.
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