The home is a brick structure on a cut stone foundation. A solid copper roof has been installed in the past two years. The enormous porches on the property were likewise restored. Considerable interior plaster and cosmetic work was performed in a manner that protected the historical integrity to the property. Bathrooms were renovated. The first floor kitchen area was renovated and has a marble tiled back splash. One second floor bath was redone with coffered ceilings and marble tile at an enormous expense. The home has refinished hardwood floors throughout the structure. There are fireplaces in each room as well as the basement. The home has four forced air HVAC systems. Two of which are reportedly less than 10 years old. The home has leaded stain glass windows which are typical to the original construction period. There is a massive spiral staircase that accesses both the second floor as well as the finished attic. The basement was at one time a small cafe'. The floor has some hardwood and some brick pavers. There is still a 4 tub stainless steel sink and a commercial type restroom in this area. It is rare to appraise a property that can be found with a Wikipedia web search. This is a testament to the notoriety and historical significance of the subject property.