Restoration instead of destruction - this Grand Dame of the historic Witter-Coffield neighborhood, built in 1890, is ready to survive another 130 years. Say hello to Isabelle! Yes, we gave her a name because this Victorian beauty would have no less. As it goes with all great ladies, what’s on the inside matters most, and she is golden from the inside out. With all new plumbing, electrical, HVAC, water lines, and framing, her revitalization was no easy feat. Now, she has the strength of a new build and character that only comes with age. She sat waiting for her society reintroduction for 25 years, and man was it worth the wait! The minute you walk inside you are greeted with nothing but class. From head to toe she is decked with Tobacco Trail flooring and light fixtures that will take your breath away. It is the adornment that completes a lady’s outfit after all. The open-concept kitchen with antique pantry and island covered with waterfall granite, copper hood and penny tile, and top-of-the-line kitchen appliances, is an entertainer’s dream. Plus, don’t forget that 500+ bottle wine cellar under your feet, and the integrated Wi-Fi and sound system. A new addition with incredible tile bathroom and finished attic add square footage not found in most Victorian homes, so your family and friends will have space to spread out. Or just send them outside to the fabulous deck and former carriage house with one-of-a-kind bonus space. Then there’s the grandeur of a master bath with gorgeous brass fixtures from Waterworks, second bedroom with private bath and the amazing 7’ original clawfoot tub. The Xeriscape front lawn is the crowning touch. This really is a masterpiece that you must see to believe, plus she has the wherewithal to last for centuries more. You just don’t get that in modern homes. She’s ready for an owner who appreciates the uniqueness of Victorian architecture. These walls have stories to tell. Maybe you’ll get to hear them if you stop by for a visit.