Clothing designer Suzan Lambillotte and her husband Philip Parsons bought this King William home in 2017 after it had sat vacant for more than a decade. That started a top-to-bottom reno of the 1900 property that took more than four years.
Lambillotte ran an eponymous clothing line line with her sister Lindsey, which the pair eventually sold to retailer Anthropologie. As Suzan and her husband got underway on the home project, she turned to her sister and local architect/designer Erin Schneider for help.
That combined eye for design shows up in the $925,000 home's dining area, which features an intricate marble mosaic floor, and also in a showplace kitchen with imported appliances and glass fronted cabinets. One of the elegantly redesigned bathrooms still has its 1900-era clawfoot tub.
The house was built by sisters Felice and Mary U. Newton, according to Down the Acequia Madre
, a book on historic King William homes. Eventually the pair's parents, four siblings and a grandparent moved in with them.
This home is listed by Janice Tisdale
with Phyllis Browning Co.
All photos and listing info via Realtor.com.