Located on one of the most desirable blocks in the South Kenwood historic landmark district, this stately brick Georgian home was built in 1905 by the firm of Doerr & Doerr. The large and elegant 3-story house, with matching coach house, has been lovingly and meticulously maintained by its current owners for over 40 years (a detailed list of improvements is available). It retains a wealth of irreplaceable vintage features: large graciously proportioned rooms, mahogany and painted oak paneling, hardwood floors throughout, fireplaces with original tilework, leaded-glass windows, plaster moldings, and high ceilings. The first floor features an impressive entrance hall (anchored by a majestic staircase), which opens to the gracious living and formal dining rooms with their wealth of period detailing. The large updated kitchen, with high-end appliances, provides ample storage (two pantries) and counter space, along with room for a good-sized table for family meals. The second floor features a flexible floor plan, with four sunny bedrooms, three with ensuite baths. The full-height 3rd floor has three additional bedrooms, a hall bath, and a cozy paneled den. The bright, clean basement provides a very large finished playroom, a temperature-controlled wine room, a laundry room and extensive storage. Outside there is a charming private, beautifully landscaped backyard. The gated side drive from Kimbark Avenue is a rare plus in this neighborhood. The brick coach house is an impressive structure in its own right, with a spacious three-car garage downstairs and a lovely, fully-furnished two-bedroom, one-bath apartment with central a/c upstairs (currently rented for $2,500/month).