Nestled into the farthest corner of the subdivision on an over-sized lot, 36 Yellow Brick is built in the classic Georgian Style. LetÃ¢Â€Â™s talk about the home first, then the subdivision, and finally the architecture. About the Home: The home consists of a central entry hall with a large formal living room (15 x 21) to the left and formal dining room (13 x 16) to the right. The stairway takes you to the Master bedroom (15 x 18) and four good sized secondary bedrooms on the second level. Lots of closets and storage to be found throughout. A unique combination of two and one-half baths built for the biggest and busiest family completes the second floor. Behind the formal living room is a library and full bath. The butlerÃ¢Â€Â™s pantry leads to the screened in porch (12 x 27) and connects the kitchen (13 x 21) to the back yard. From the breakfast area side of the kitchen, you can step down into the family room (15 x 17). This area features a wood burning stove, used brick and weathered wood ship lap siding on the walls. A pair of bi-fold doors open into the sun-room (8 x 15) and one more step into the complete Mother-In-Law quarters (approx. 600 sq. ft.) with its own entrance and generous utility room (8 x 12). If youÃ¢Â€Â™re doing the math, this equates to just over 4300 square feet of living space. About the neighborhood: Sangre Ridge was one of the first southwest subdivisions developed in Stillwater. The large pond at the entrance greets you with all kinds of wildlife and waterfowl. All lots are at least 1 acre in size. (though this homeÃ¢Â€Â™s lot is larger) and the gently curving curb less streets are perfect for walks and give the neighborhood its laid back, country feel. Sangre Ridge Elementary and Middle School are right next door. About the Architecture: You might recognize the Georgian Style from the OSU campus. The founders of Oklahoma A & M (forerunner to OSU) made the decision to pattern the college after Princeton. That included adopting the Tigers as our first mascot (and the orange and black to go with it) branding the school as the Ã¢Â€ÂœPrinceton of the PrairieÃ¢Â€Â This classic Georgian home is rectangular, made of brick, and features symmetrical windows, shutters, and columns. The circle drive provides a sophisticated yet welcoming entrance and plenty of parking for large gatherings. There is a side drive that leads to the Mother in Law and two car detached carport with storage. Historically accurate raised panel wainscoting, wall-coverings and shutters are just the beginning. The home has been aggressively priced to allow the new home owner to make updates in their personal style.