The elegance of a by-gone era meets the luxury of the modern day with this $300k+ remodel. This one is all in the details, from the fully restored, original wood flooring, built-ins and ornate radiators, to the imported tiles from Japan and Spain, the designer brass and gold fixtures throughout, to the tasteful lighting fixtures and solid wood doors. With its extra-wide footprint, covered front porch, large back yard, and French doors off of the kitchen, this home is ideal for entertainment. The formal sitting and dining rooms at the front of the home contain 1 of 2 fireplaces and are gorgeously framed by painstakingly restored wood work and built-ins. The kitchen is found at the heart of the home, where it flaunts brand new JennAir appliances, quartz countertops, a massive island, a walk-in pantry, and cabinets abound. The main-floor laundry room, framed by an original transom window and gleaming glass door, and an additional master bedroom and bathroom tie everything together on the ground level. The master suite occupies the entire second story of the home, and truly amazes with 2 walk-in closets, independent climate control and a 5-piece bath that is truly a work of art. Here you can slide open the barn door, which was originally found in a train terminal in days past, to see the walk-in, rain shower adorned with Kohler, the oversized claw-foot tub, and a beautifully restored, original-to-the-home, soap stone sink. The lower level is a terrific space for the family with its grand living room which contains the 2nd fireplace, its own bathroom, and 3 additional bedrooms; one of which is brilliantly accented by an exposed-brick wall. The home sits on a picturesque, tree-lined block in Park hill and is highlighted by its lovely covered front porch, its professional landscaping, and its freshly-poured, split drive which leads back to the oversized, 2-car garage. It is possible to marry past and present; and this home proves that.