Circa 1894: This ANTIQUE house with Parisian mansard roof and side entrance was built by a prosperous deliveryman. Electricity was new, and for this home the owner spared no expense. Still in use are 4 original light fixtures. The front entrance opens onto a breezy, octagonally tiled porch, with sheer curtains on its 4 operable windows. Between the DNRM and LVRM is an intriguing decorative arch. The non-functional fireplace has a hand-painted mantlepiece with detailing so intricate, you might suspect it was real quarried stone. Upstairs, the bedrooms and sitting room are airy and bright. With original subway tile, the bathroom is a period piece. Small balcony off the rear BR offers a view of the private courtyard. Also, an ivy-encrusted, 2-story brick garage, built for the deliveryman's wagon and horse! Kitchen is ENORMOUS and the basement PRISTINE. With beautiful wood moldings and original floors throughout, this home is ideal for anyone who appreciates the way things were BUILT.