Historic Museum District home designed by renowned architect Birdsall Briscoe situated on nearly an acre. Sited under canopies of oak trees, the two-story red brick estate with manicured gardens and a swimming pool is distinguished by its geometric composition and elegant detail. Signature mill work throughout, the main house features ample entertainment spaces, sun room, library, breakfast room, well-appointed kitchen, dumbwaiter, and two-story family room. Wine cellar, laundry, and utility below. Upstairs, all bedrooms have en-suite baths. The master encompasses a sun-filled sitting room and dressing room. The detached garage affords a second-story two-room apartment with a kitchenette and full bath as well as a greenhouse. The home is equipped with a 48KW natural gas generator. The current owners have maintained, renovated, and updated this home in the nearly four decades of stewardship.