Imagine summers spent viewing picturesque regattas from your two rear decks and beautifully landscaped yard. That's but a small part of the appeal at this expertly restored, 1902 Queen Anne home with panoramic water views located in Bristol's prime historic district. Its welcoming front porch leads to a vestibule entry with classic subway tile wainscoting, a tile floor and restored leaded-glass windows. Inside, its interior sports an array of fully restored details: hardwood floors, original native chestnut woodwork, plaster walls and pocket doors. In the large formal foyer, its main stairwell is an outstanding example of period detail. A front parlor can be used flexibly for living or dining space, though the place where everyone is sure to gather is the recently installed custom kitchen. So fresh and timeless with plenty of neutral cabinetry and an island topped with granite, the kitchen also has showstopper Delaware River views through full-wall sliding glass doors that open to a large deck. On the second floor, the owner's suite is a sumptuous retreat with a recently renovated luxury bath. The bedroom features a bay window while the bath is finished with a long double vanity with off-white cabinetry with granite countertop and an oversized, seamless glass shower. A guest bedroom with fabulous water views and an updated hall bath in a classic black and white design with a tub/shower plus an additional bedroom completes the second floor. The top floor includes a bedroom and an updated bath with seamless glass shower. The finished, walkout lower level is a spectacular bonus room, very comfortably finished and used as a living/entertainment space, large enough to accommodate a bar and with access to a fabulous rear yard. Step outside as the ships and other watercraft sail by ? it's like a vacation every day with views like these. Walk to Bristol's Riverside Theater, its very historical King George II Inn and other restaurants and the small businesses that line Mill St.