Solidly built the way houses should be, this 1907 Arts and Crafts stone single is a remarkable architectural example of the early 20th century. It is surrounded on two sides by a 550 square foot wrap around porch that leads to a foyer through a Dutch door and then into a welcoming entry hall with an inglenook with fireplace and storage benches, unpainted oak doors and pocket doors, refinished oak floors and an intriguing rounded top door. The living room had two French doors leading out to the porch and a fireplace with Mercer tile. The dining room has a tile floor, Mercer tile fireplace, bay window, an included player piano with reels and a swinging door leading into the eat-in kitchen with oak cabinets. Other features include: three story sturdy oak spindle staircase; first floor powder room; six burner gas stove; back stairway; replacement windows; unheated mudroom with storage room; large rooms and high ceilings; master bedroom with walk-in closet, brick fireplace and mini commercial refrigerator; four piece master bath with custom glass counter and two glass sinks with adjustable mirrors, electric heater, TV monitor for watching movies over whirlpool tub and stereo with built-in speakers; ceiling fans; second floor laundry with sink and oak cabinets; modern hall bath with whirlpool tub, exhaust fan and cupboard; updated ceramic tile third floor bathroom with pretty cane-front cabinets; "blackboard" wall in third floor bedroom; full basement with outside exit; great light; fenced rear yard; almost 1/3 acre; driveway and easy street parking; updated electric and a quick commute to center city. The house has been well maintained and its original features have been kept intact. It's a special house!