Elegant Queen Anne style home, designed and built c.1895, with three floors of living space and an inviting wrap-around front porch. Many of the home's original features are intact…original woodwork and pocket doors, front hall bannister, antique light fixtures and hand-painted, pressed tin ceiling in the dining room…all lend to a genuine feel for life in the early 1900s. The kitchen is both functional and beautiful, completely renovated with stunning, custom cabinetry to complement the new soapstone countertops and sink. Hardwood floors and wonderful natural light flow throughout the spacious rooms, each with an abundance of windows framing views of the Piscataqua River and the South End’s iconic roof lines. Virtually every view provides a mixture of the nature and history for which Portsmouth is cherished. Step out on the back patio to enjoy the perennial gardens…watch the loons, buffleheads, geese and lobster boats as they skip along the water. A two car garage with finished space above as well as room for 3 more cars in the driveway is a rare find in this area! Located just a short, scenic stroll along brick sidewalks to Strawbery Banke museum, Prescott Park, Market Square and world-class cultural and dining offerings. And, right next door, you’ll find the Wentworth Gardner House, now a historic house museum, built in 1760 as one of the most stunning Georgian mansions in the thirteen colonies.