Extraordinary Dutch colonial recognized by the Grosse Pointe Historical society for its rich history as The Home Telephone Co. built in 1909. Upon first entering the foyer you are greeted by the home's original “arts and crafts” designed oak woodwork, moldings, staircase, built-ins and bench, and mosaic tile floor. Walnut-stained oak flooring connects all of the main living areas on the first floor giving these rooms a cohesive flow. Powder room is finished with a Greek marble floor and custom shell pedestal sink. The sundrenched living room featuring 10’ high ceilings, a cozy “Heatilator” fireplace that leads to an unexpected modern kitchen renovated in 2017 with top-of-the-line appliances, comfortable breakfast counter and a hidden refrigerator giving the otherwise historic house an updated surprise and balance with its open floor plan and spacious gathering room. Formal dining room has a casual charm and perfect for entertaining. The large master suite features an arch over the window that was salvaged from a historic nearby mansion and perfect place to catch a sunset and be greeted by the morning light and surrounded by nature and sounds of freighter horns on Lake St. Clair. Second floor bonus room could be used as 4th bedroom or home office. Lush pergola and patio are the perfect perch for relaxing with a cup of coffee or glass of wine. Enjoy movie nights in the basement media room with built-in shelves. The second of the two, 2-car garages once a horse barn features exposed brick walls just waiting to be converted to your dream office, study. Home features new electric, plumbing, furnaces in 2013, A/C condensers in 2017, tear-off roof in 2012. Located in the heart of the Grosse Pointe, the community includes waterfront Neff Park and marina, excellent schools, boutique shopping and dining districts and hospitals all within minutes of this charming property. Freshly painted bedrooms and new carpet on 2nd floor.