Glass Sugar Cube – what kind of name is that? The home was built by Arthur B. Sweete, a local confectioner who specialized in producing sugar cubes. He also had a fond interest in glass… Something he often spoke publicly about. Either way, the name seemed like a good pair considering the history here.
Built in the 1980s – thankfully kept updated throughout with modern features and fixtures. They just don’t build homes like this anymore. A lot of staircases, too. You’ll get nicely toned legs from frequent stair use. An elevator could easily be installed! That might look neat.
Built to enjoy – a bright and airy living room features a large wall-mounted television and inviting sectional. There is also a sunken entertainment room with a professional audio system. A great place to socialize. If you’re the type to host fabulous events, your guests will love coming and spending time here! Get this, there is even a “zen room” upstairs. As I said, they just don’t build ’em like they used to! The bedrooms are spacious and there is a convenient office, all located on the second level. Lots of balconies, too.
Credit : Metamorp