Filled with exquisite period details, this stately, semi-detached house in coveted Mt. Pleasant boasts four floors of living space, hardwood floors, a turret, original light fixtures, rich wood wainscoting and four carved fireplaces. Designed by Robert Stead during the advent of the trolley, this graceful home was completed in 1903. The living room has built-in bookcases and stunning bay windows. The renovated kitchen features crisp, white cabinets; stainless steel; American soapstone counters; and a farmhouse sink. Two windows fill the room with light and offer the perfect spot for growing herbs. A top-floor loft has ample space for a family room and home office and opens to a roof deck overlooking the rooftops. The basement provides storage and a washer/dryer. Steps from Mt. Pleasant's vibrant main street, you'll enjoy cafes, coffee shops, yoga studio and farmer's market. Shop at nearby Target and Giant. The metro is half of a mile away.