A beautifully restored High Victorian a 1896 Queen Anne mansion on the Helena Historic register. This breathtaking mansion features a grand 1,000 square foot ballroom, library, sitting room, parlor, ornate dining room and foyer to go along with 5 bedrooms and three and a half baths. There are two incredible winding staircases along with a third that used to be used as a "servants staircases”, one winds into the ballroom both have the added touch of brass railings. The gourmet kitchen is adjacent to the butler's pantry and has granite counter tops along with all stainless steel appliances such as two refrigerators, dishwasher, wine cooler, double oven, range hood, cook top and microwave. The mansion has four fireplaces of which three are made out of Italian tile. There are ten crystal and glass chandeliers throughout the High Victorian along with incredible original stained glass and astounding parquet, walnut, maple, mahogany, and oak flooring. The marble floors cover many rooms as well as some walls. The first floor exterior is fourteen feet high and three feet wide limestone rock that was transported by horses from a local quarry in the late nineteenth century. There are two watchful gargoyles protecting the mansion from their perch on top of the stone porch. Other features include a very large indoor jacuzzi, 700 square foot carriage house, with a detached two car garage, a twelve zone sprinkler system, a newly installed industrial boiler, copper finials and copper flashing, intercom system and two six feet nineteenth century lamp posts in the front. A garden and fountain add to the outdoor ambiance keeping the plants exploding with color.