Located in the Historic Highlands Landmark District, this elegant 1914 Craftsman home was inspired by the Prairie School of Design, synonymous with Frank Lloyd Wright. It is characterized by low-pitched roofs with wide overhanging eaves, which strongly emphasize the horizontal lines of the design. The symmetry of the home’s façade is balanced by the inviting front porch with oversized front door and oval glass insert. The public rooms have an abundance of natural light coming from the numerous oversized windows. The hardwood floors and extensive wood trim throughout are but a few of the home’s lovely details. The grand dining room leads to the vintage kitchen and charming breakfast room. The updated half bath complete the first level. The second level consists of four bedrooms and two baths. All bedrooms feature hardwood floors and lovely views of the gardens. The laundry is also located in the second floor. The third level is the crown jewel of the home, featuring wrap around windows, stunning mountain views and access to the roof terrace. The mature gardens are an oasis with pool and pergola covered patio and numerous water features. 1475 N. Holliston is the newly permitted ADU. It has a loft like feeling with a soaring ceiling, clearstory windows, concrete floors, new kitchen and bath. The separate bedroom/study is located off the main room and there is a laundry area, as well. The structure is surrounded by lush gardens and water features. Close to shopping, restaurants and transportation, this special property is truly one of a kind, so close to all the City has to offer, yet cloistered in your own private sanctuary.