Authentic Eastside Park Manor Home, built in 1904 for William Arnold of the American Silk and Dye Company. One peek at the Grand Entrance Hallway with period features and spectacular staircase and you will see why this home and its rented adjoining carriage house are listed in the National Register of Historic Homes. Marvel at the original, ornate woodwork, 6 fireplaces, wood flooring and large windows. Bathrooms have original floor tiling. Plumbing, electric and heating systems fully updated and three zone air conditioning added. First floor has a porch. leading to a spectacular hallway, formal living room & sunroom, formal dining room, butlers pantry & kitchen with food pantry & half bath. Relax on the window seat going to the second floor where there are three bedrooms, a full bath & a huge master bedroom suite with full bath & two walk-in closets The third floor has two more bedrooms, a full bath, billiard room & attic storage Full basement.