Cohn House: Circa1875 through the looking glass to the old west.
Contributing Structure to the Virginia City National Historical District with a millionaire’s row unobstructed 100 mile eastern view.
The three-story structure is Italianate in style with paired sash windows and molded cornice and brackets. The exterior is detailed in four levels of color—light green base paint, dark green trim, red trim and gold leaf. Antique oil lamps converted to electricity, cherry wood floors, hand-blocked Bradbury and Bradbury silk-screen wallpaper, hand carved cherry fireplace in the parlor, 19th century ornate wood cooking stove with manufacturers plate. The master bath with English privy made of Staffordshire porcelain, Claw foot porcelain tub, Bradbury “ life of a stream” wallpaper.
4 beds, 3 baths, 3 thousand+ sq.ft, terraced gardens on 3 lots, detached Carriage House style garage, hot tub, decks, bricked patio, driveway and walkway, laundry room, library, parlor, dining room, kitchen with wolf commercial stove, farm house sink, copper trimmed granite counters, Family room antique brick decorative walls, period glass french doors open to patio. The home has hardwood, marble and ceramic flooring.