Well documented as a prime example of Queen Anne architecture and recognized by all who enter town as a grand symbol of gracious times, this Pennington treasure is just as pristine and impressive as it was in 1895. Step beyond the deep front porch into the entry hall to discover decorative plasterwork, American chestnut woodwork, stained glass windows and the first of 8 fireplaces, which even managed to wow visiting craftsmen from This Old House. Perhaps the most impressive, the dining room boasts a china cabinet, tiled fireplace and tall wainscoting topped with period wallpaper. The up-to-date kitchen has room for eating and lounging and access to outdoor areas overlooking charming outbuildings, a pond and mature flowering plants. Upstairs, 2 enlarged new baths serve 4 bedrooms and a library with leaded glass built-ins. Two large bedrooms, a media room, bar and turret lounge are found on the top floor.