Grand Queen Anne Victorian Home, formerly of the Weber Estate. Nestled in meticulous appointed British Garden. Entering through the mosaic vestibule and into the entertainment floor, the expansive hall welcomes you to explore the comfortable living room and an adjacent sitting room. Insulated stained glass windows of the most intriguing colors and shapes create a jewel ribbon that guide you, via a sliding pocket door, into the large dining room which leads into the kitchen via the original wet pantry. The glass windows bring both light and privacy in the piano room at the beginning of the leading staircase to the private living floor, where the primary bedrooms with en-suite bathroom along with two other bedrooms, a study and another bathroom gather in another large gathering hall off of which a service staircase leads downstairs to the kitchen and secondary entrance, and upstairs to the additional three bedrooms, and a bathroom along with a large hall. The amount of original detailing maintained over the course of the generations, while allowing for the introduction of modern amenities such as HVAC, and newer heating systems, offers clear personalization of timeless designs, making this house a comfortable home to enjoy and make your own. Eight distinguished fireplaces and researched finished, such as the gold leafed ceiling detail all are brought to life via the incredible windows that expose the house on all sides to abundant light. The outdoor grounds, with irrigation system, reflective of a curated effort to do justice to such a period estate, was detailed for three seasons of renewed joy, from spring flowering beds and roses along the sitting patio that then usher a summer of full and mature trees accompanying dahlias, delfiniums and hollyhocks before late summer and fall foliage and vegetable patches make room for perennial companions to create a wonderful private park, ever changing and a joy even under the winter snow.