This 1810-built Italianate Victorian home was designed by J Foster Warner, a renowned architect, who also designed the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY. Entering the home through the front door, you are immediately greeted by a bay window, the grand curved staircase, and the parlor. Special features to note: crystal glass accent windows in public rooms with deep diamond patterns that capture sunlight and cast brilliant rainbows; six fireplaces, some functional and others ornamental; five large bedrooms inclusive of an Owner's Suite; office; walk-up attic; and a basement with a large wine cellar. The side wrap-around porch overlooking the sculpted formal rear garden, accessible only through the formal dining room, is the perfect place to relax with a cool beverage on a warm day. Leading to the newly remodeled kitchen is the butler's pantry, A second pantry is complete with the original Trotter icebox!Tour this magnificent home and you will surely want to become part of its history.