Affectionately known as Gingerbread Row, this extraordinary Victorian was designed by Charles Gessford and still maintains historic charm. Spanning three levels, flooded with natural light from oversized windows and hardwood floors, the home features 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and a powder room. The entry level has a large bedroom at the rear of the home with direct access to the garden, along with a full bath and kitchenette. This level previously had a C of O and could once again be repurposed for a rental apartment. The second level is the main living space. Here you’ll find a living room appointed with fireplace, built-in bookshelves, and access to a covered patio overlooking the quaint back garden. Kitchen area includes stainless steel appliances, quartzite countertops, and a decorative powder room, all highlighted by beautiful stain-glass windows. To top off the historic charm of this floor, the landing leading to the top level boasts a beautiful French door Juliet balcony overlooking the street with the period-appropriate pull-chain brass doorbell. Primary bedroom covers the rear half of the top floor with a gracious walk-in closet and beautiful views over the rear garden, along with the mature tree-lined alleyway. On the street front portion of the top floor is an additional, well-sized bedroom. Full bathroom and washer/dryer finish out the top floor.