This stunning Queen Anne home is instantly recognizable as one of the crowning jewels of Heritage Hill. Originally built in 1881 as a farmhouse, it was acquired in 1884 by George Davis - co-founder of Stow & Davis Furniture Co. - and remained in his family for 100 years. Davis transformed it into a showcase of impeccable design by adding hand-carved mahogany mantels and bookcases, a stunning, walnut staircase, Mission-style oak paneling, and custom stained glass. This elegant craftsmanship remains intact today, with original hardwood flooring, 10-foot pocket doors, 11-foot ceilings, and a welcoming wrap-around porch, all situated in a peaceful, park-like setting. At 1/2 acre the home sits on the second largest lot in Heritage Hill.