This distinguished greystone row house, in a prime campus location, spans approximately 3,000 square feet with five bedrooms and four full bathrooms. Built in the late nineteenth century and updated for modern living, this beautiful home retains many wonderful period elements such as the original inlaid floors, 10' cove ceilings and pocket doors. The main floor features a welcoming living room with bay window, decorative tile-surround fireplace and built-in shutters and bookshelves. It leads to a separate dining room that can be closed off with pocket doors and French doors, which, in turn, adjoins a large eat-in kitchen with a huge picture window that overlooks the leafy backyard. From the kitchen, there is access to an elevated deck for outdoor seating/dining and stairs to the backyard. A full bathroom and coat closet complete the space on this floor. As one ascends the stairs to the upper floor, a large skylight casts light on the upstairs hallway that leads to three sizeable bedrooms and two bathrooms. The primary bedroom, which was relocated from the front of the house to the back for greater privacy, was extensively remodeled to maximize views of the mature trees in the backyard and enhanced as an en suite with a walk-in closet, walk-in shower, dual vanities and radiant floors. The lower level features a family room that is equipped with HDMI cable, projector, retractable screen and built-in speakers for movie nights; two bedrooms; laundry and a work room. With a separate entrance leading to the street and egress at the back, this space can function as guest or extended family quarters. The house has triple zone heating and newly replaced compressors (July 2023) for dual zone SpacePak air conditioning. There are two parking spaces behind the house, where a garage could be built. The location is one block from Lab School and around the corner from the eateries and book store on 57th St. Ray school district. See floor plans under "Additional Information".