This 1810-built Italianate home was designed by J Foster Warner, a renowned architect, who designed the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY. Entering the home through the stately front door, you are immediately greeted by a bay window, the grand curved staircase, and parlor. Incomparable features to note are: crystal glass accent windows in the public rooms with deep diamond patterns that capture sunlight and cast brilliant rainbows; six exquisite fireplaces; formal dining; living room; 2 offices; 5 large bedrooms inclusive of an Owner's Suite; walk-up attic; and a basement with an original wine cellar. The inviting wrap-around porch overlooking the sculpted formal rear garden, accessible only through the formal dining room, is the perfect place to relax. Leading to the newly remodeled kitchen is the butler's pantry. A second pantry is complete with the original Trotter icebox! Tour this magnificent home and you will surely want to become part of its history.