Stunning Colonial Revival home built in 1901 and designed by the architect Augustus Gauger for Litten Shields, a railroad contractor for Great Northern and Canadian Pacific railroads. Full of exquisite original features, this Summit Hill home includes, quarter-sawn oak floors with inlaid borders, pocket doors, Italian tile fireplaces, soaring ceilings, 10 foot wide hallways, and a gorgeous stairway leading to 4 bedrooms and laundry on the second floor (5th bedroom and ballroom located on the third floor). The yard and driveway are in impeccable condition. In addition to a 2-car garage, the property includes a 2-bedroom carriage house (additional 1,099 s.f.). With a charming cottage-style interior, the carriage house is currently used as a rental unit, but would also make an excellent home office or guest house. This property has been lovingly maintained and comes with a well-documented history and pedigree sure to delight fans of historic homes and the Summit Hill neighborhood.