This exquisite Renaissance Revival style townhouse, on a lovely tree-lined street, was built circa 1900 by architect Theodore E. Thomson. Approximately ten years ago the house underwent a state of the art renovation restoring it as a single-family home with all the modern conveniences. Completed in 2008, the building was first stripped to its four outside walls and then reconstructed with steel and concrete, and consists of six floors plus a spacious cellar with additional excavated space under the garden, and an elevator which serves the house from the basement to the Fifth Floor. The 9,000+ square foot interior space, elegantly designed in a transitional style, displays the finest materials and finishes. The latest in home automation has been incorporated, including Mitsubishi heating and cooling systems; radiant floor heating; Lutron lighting; and Crestron security with thumbprint security system and video surveillance, accessible by touch screens, throughout. In addition to all the sophisticated, cutting-edge systems, many details were created to evoke the era when the home was built, such as mahogany stairs, hard wood floors, raised panel wainscoting, crown moldings and a coffered ceiling. With five bedrooms, seven full baths, four half baths, a penthouse gym, five outdoor areas, including a beautiful large garden, this property is the ultimate in luxury and convenience.