For over 20 years, the owners have restored this home with an emphasis not only on exceptional artisanship but also on remaining timeless. In a neighborhood of historic houses, this home is the quintessential, and rare, example of what architect Leila Ross Wilburn once coined "something a little different". Suited perfectly for the gentle topography, don't be fooled by the home's ingenious, "unassuming" appearance as within you will find over 3,500 sq ft of living space! From the moment of conceptualization, this home was already ahead of its time with a remarkably open, spacious floorplan. Original features include beveled-glass French doors, light-filled sunroom, and extensive millwork. Modern updates have kept the home warm and welcoming today as it was in 1922.The main level Living Room, Dining Room, and enclosed Front Porch are all over-sized, flow seamlessly and make entertaining as easy as opening the front door! The Home Office includes custom cherry shelving and cabinetry. The Kitchen is a chef's dream and features an expansive island that is perfect for socializing with friends and family. Retiring to the upper-level master suite makes the end of every day extra special - featuring a seating area, built in barrister bookcases, underfloor heating in the Master Bath and a local artist's stained-glass window. Outside find a separate over-sized 2 car garage and a gorgeously landscaped oasis. Centrally located, your new home is a short walk to Emory Village or a short drive to your favorite spots in Decatur, Vi-Hi, Midtown, and Buckhead. Some homes opt for a "historical refresh" and others for a "modern renovation"; this home has both - an appreciation of the past but additions and renovations that make it comfortable in the present.