Built in 1900 and designed by renowned architect Lois Lily Howe, this sophisticated and charming Colonial Revival home in West Cambridge is located in the Gold Crown Historical District. Magnificent for large-scale entertaining, yet comfortable as a family dwelling, this architecturally refined three- story home has remarkable finishes that encapsulate its character. Crown moldings are original and have been cared for, gracefully cap the high ceilings and five fireplaces are found throughout, some of which are adorned with Antique Delft tile. This home is equipped with seven spacious bedrooms, with three located on the second floor and four on the third floor & four and a half baths. One of the many features tied to the location of this home are the superb views of the park and Charles River from the south side. A separate entrance to the home takes you into a private garden space, a hidden oasis from the bustling streets of Harvard Square just a few blocks away.