Pitkin Place, a National Historic Register, turn-of-the-century home, exudes authentic architectural detail throughout in this Queen Anne style Victorian, by George Roe and E.W. Shutt. Corner lot, 7 bed/4 bath home, spans 4 floors of living, has vast rooms showcasing vintage details and modern day finishes. Grand living provides a perfect space for formal gatherings or sitting with a quiet tea by the fire. Original pocket doors open to the formal dining room, ornate woodwork, and built-in china cabinet. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, double oven and eat-in breakfast nook has plenty of room to gather, and leads through a mudroom to lush backyard. Upstairs the master plus 4 additional bedrooms are perfect for a large family, hosting guests, or work-from-home. On the top floor, 2 bedrooms share a timeless bath. Great attic storage provides square footage and is the perfect quiet space for a creative area. Lower level has recreational and media space with a private guest bath.