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This historic Queen Anne Victorian home, originally built around 1900, has meticulously and lovingly been restored to become a stunning showpiece here in the Village of Delhi. Designed by well-known architect George Franklin Barber in the late 1800s, his concepts are showcased in the home’s elaborate ornamental details and impressive woodwork. Entering from the charming front porch, you are immediately dazzled by the spectacular staircase, a showpiece to the home. The open floorplan flows seamlessly through the main level. A light-filled front parlor connects to the living room through a focal-point sliding barn door entry. Character surrounds the living room with its central brick chimney, woodstove, and Victorian details. From the spacious dining room and the modern kitchen, you have access right out to the large covered back porch, where you can dine, entertain, or just relax with a cup of coffee. Back inside, the main living level is completed with a half bathroom and laundry room. Upstairs, delight in the architecture of the central staircase details. The second level offers a full bathroom, and three bedrooms, which includes a full master bedroom suite with its own bathroom featuring a clawfoot bathtub. Step right out onto your private rooftop deck to take in the sunshine on a summer’s day or enjoy the starry sky on a quiet night. The large yard backs up to a 2-story carriage barn, great for storage, studio, or workshop, or potential conversion into additional living quarters.