You’ll feel “at home” as soon as you step on the expansive front veranda of this renovated Victorian farmhouse. Built in 1885, this 130 year old home has been totally renovated for modern living while maintaining the historic personality of the home. Originally the heart of a working orchard, the home retains the comfortable sophistication of its Victorian era. Initially the entrance to the property came from Washington Blvd and arrived at the Eastern side. The entrance was moved to the Michigan side with the addition of the beautiful veranda. Downstairs are 11-foot high ceilings, pocket doors, tall double hung windows, oak flooring, period lighting and original hardware. There is a lovely living room with wood burning fireplace, large dining room, family room, remodeled kitchen, an office, and a full remodeled bathroom. Upstairs is a master suite with large remodeled bathroom, two walk-in closets, three additional bedrooms and a remodeled hall bathroom. The very large wine cellar/basement is accessed from the north porch. Outside is an entertainment area with swimming pool and spa, built-in barbecue and outdoor fireplace, herb garden, many fruit trees, and large grass area. Enjoy the beautiful landscaping and sunsets while relaxing on the wrap-around veranda. The home systems have all been replaced. The home has been showcased on the Historical Highlands Home tour several times and may be a candidate for the “Mills” act. From the beautiful Cupola adorned on the top of the roof to the wrap around porch, this home is both a delight to live in and a significant piece of history.