In 1916, on the site of what was known as the Tontine Block (see the before and after pics!), society architect Williams Rantoul built 3 delightful gambrel-roofed Colonial Revival townhouses whose fine brickwork and historic details blend harmoniously with their brick brethren on adjacent Chestnut St. The right-most home, #35, could be yours! The first floor has a delightful circular flow (great for entertaining) connecting the Entrance Hall, Living, Dining, and the new very luxe Kitchen, which spills onto the deck overlooking the beautifully detailed brick hardscaping and manicured yard. Upstairs, a large principal bedroom connects to a fabulous custom dressing room and glamorous bathroom with dual vanities, heated marble mosaic floors (think warm bare feet in the winter), and thoughtful features like a motion/humidity sensing exhaust vent. Another large bedroom and an office/nursery round out this floor. On the 3rd floor is another bedroom, an exercise room (which could be an office), a full bath, and a front-to-back family room overlooking both the garden and lovely Warren St. The English basement offers four separate rooms, including laundry (yes it’s nice!) and storage rooms for yard materials & outside entertaining items with easy direct access to the back yard though a door (no bulkhead!) This house has the ideal orientation with direct light bathing the house throughout the day. Lots of attention to detail with lovely McIntire inspired fireplace mantels on the 2 working fireplaces, new period-correct push-button light switches, & restored 1916 sconces & dining room chandelier. 6 off-street parking spaces including 3 spaces on the cobblestone and herring-bone brick driveway conveniently next to the covered side entrance. All this in the McIntire Historic District with easy access to the waterfront, restaurants, the PEM, and the train station.