This magnificent four-bedroom, three-and-half-bath home has been updated for almost 20 years by a local homebuilder and his wife, who lovingly enhanced a built-to-last 102-year-old masterpiece feature-by-feature -- a treasure trove of amenities - and every small detail was painstakingly taken care of to spoil the lucky future homeowner. The current owners are only the second family in the house built in 1916. The marvelous kitchen was designed by local architect Chris Tippett. A five-foot by seven-foot island screams as the unique kitchen's main focal point with room for six chairs. The top is custom-made heart pine. If you do not see the stainless-steel refrigerator and separate stainless-steel freezer it's because the appliances are hidden away behind a wall. Your kitchen feels like a room, but contains lots of custom cabinets for your supplies and lots of granite countertops for small appliances. The cooktop is gas and the oven is electric. Beautiful and functional. The floor plan is open and inviting with 11-foot ceilings downstairs and 10-foot ceilings upstairs. It's perfect for entertaining. White oak floors adorn the downstairs while heart pine floors are upstairs. Each room seems to blend in with the next. A combined living room/dining room features a fireplace. A downstairs playroom could easily be converted into a bedroom and is adjacent to a large office with a large closet. A half-bath is nearby. If you want a breakfast room, you can have it off the kitchen, but that space can also be utilized as a dog area and that's because there is a doggy door. Use your imagination. This home is not only dog friendly, but it's a dog's paradise. An invisible dog fence encompasses the perimeter of the yard and you can close off areas so the dogs can stay indoors when you're outdoors. There are two backyards separated by a wall so you can entertain your two-legged friends on one side while your four-legged friends play on the other side.