This Tudor-style home has ties to one of Boston’s most prestigious institutions: Harvard University. Designed in 1906 by Allen and Collens Architects for R.E. Paine, class of 1894, it was later the home of Dwight P. Robinson, Jr, another Harvard alum who graced the cover of Time magazine. The 6,667 SF, 7 BD, 5.2 BA home has been sensitively restored, with care taken to preserve the beautiful hardwood throughout, as well as the architecturally precious Dentil crown molding and the classic leaded glass windows. The home features distinctive rooms of impressive scale characterized by the original boiserie in the foyer and living room, high ceilings, and wide hallways. The first floor offers a 73’ x 12’ wraparound stone deck, seven fireplaces, and an updated kitchen with marble counters. The master suite has two enviable custom closets and a terrace offering views of Reservoir Park. There is abundant storage, including a large cedar closet, and an au pair suite with private entrance.