Nestled within the embrace of time-honored elegance, this 1907 residence stands as a testament to refined grandeur. Formally known as The Alsobrook Smith mansion, keeping its character as a piece of history a couple of blocks away from the historic downtown. A little bit of history tells us that the property was built by Dr. J.W. Alsobrook in 1907 and was moved from 507 Evers St. to its current location in 1969, north of the district on a 1/2 acre lot. With five meticulously crafted bedrooms and four and a half lavishly appointed bathrooms, 4,784 sq. ft., it exudes an aura of regal sophistication that transcends eras. The mansion is listed on the States Historical Registry and has been featured in many articles and books. The exterior bears the marks of a bygone era, with intricate detailing, ornate moldings, and possibly a symmetrical layout that speaks to the craftsmanship of a different time. The grand foyer keeps the original wood from the early 20th century and has been meticulously restored featuring 3 sets of traditional double pocket doors and 11 ft. ceilings. Magnificent Burl wood embellishes the walls of the front foyer and adjoining rooms, and the formal living areas are a symphony of refinement, inviting both intimate gatherings and grand celebrations. Beautiful hardwood flooring and wait until you walk down the grand staircase. The Gourmet kitchen offers a seamless blend of old-world charm and contemporary practicality with a large island, stainless steel appliances, a wine cooler, granite countertops, crown molding, and two butler's pantry, that connect to the spacious family room featuring a beautiful brick fireplace. The owner's suite is perfectly located on the second floor, the heart of the home, in close proximity to the library and a spacious one-of-a-kind bathroom with an antique claw tub and separate shower. The third floor has its own charm, a fully private, En suite bathroom, and a large walk-in closet. The backyard offers an above-ground pool, a separate spa, and an oversized projector for movie nights. Other features of this home include a newer paver brick driveway and a separate driveway for RVs, boats, or anything you would like. This a special opportunity to become part of history.