Welcome to an extraordinary home where history and modernity converge in perfect harmony! Nestled within the highly desired North Hill Preservation District, this magnificent Queen Anne style residence is a testament to timeless elegance, meticulous care, and energy efficiency. The classic wrap-around porch, ornate spindle work, intricate woodwork, resplendent stained-glass windows, and a vibrant palette exude curb appeal. The grand foyer welcomes with original hardwood floors, detailed moldings, and a striking staircase. Extensive restoration work (1977-2023) includes updated plumbing/electrical. The formal dining room sets the stage for elegant dinner parties, while the fully-equipped chef's kitchen features solid surface countertops, butler’s pantry, and a central island - ideal for culinary creativity! Upstairs, generously-sized bedrooms await, including a master suite with a luxurious en-suite bathroom w/ glass-enclosed shower. Throughout the home, modern amenities are fused with the home's historic character. What truly sets this Queen Anne style home apart is its commitment to energy efficiency. With storm windows, a new 50-year shingle roof, and substantial insulation, the residence is optimized for sustainability! Six original fireplaces, a fully-finished attic, a "Harry Potter" room under the stairs, and a secret room add unique charm. Additionally, a detached garage provides convenient parking and storage solutions. Built in 1900 on the site of a Revolutionary War battlefield as a private residence, it later served as a multi-family rental for six decades. The home holds a unique connection to local and British history, having housed Wallis Simpson, infamous for her involvement in King Edward VIII's abdication. If you seek a turn-of-the-century residence that seamlessly combines history and modern comfort, this is the one! Schedule your private showing today and step back in time while enjoying the updated features of this remarkable home.