It’s unusual to sell a home that hasn’t been sold since 1964, rarely happens around here. Yet, I have that listing on the market right now and it is so lovely, truly a home for the hopeless romantic in all of us. What is hard to describe when you have one of the originals on the market, amid all of the systems information and square footage data, is how a place feels when you walk in the door, and that’s what really matters the most. This home was well loved by the same family for many, many years and lots of wonderful things took place there. You sort of feel it when you wander into the Living Room, through the archway and enjoy the light streaming in the windows. Sitting on the radiator you can see out all the windows but not see another home nearby – it’s amazing to have that outlook in the heart of the city. I love the arched windows over French doors and the oak floors that have been around for nearly 100 years now, as it was built in 1924. If you’re like me, and absorb all the secrets a home has to offer, you’ll fall in love with this home as well. It has that ‘Mary Poppins’ magic about it. 1640 Interlaken Place E. asking price of $1,795,000. So very special.