Award winning Rare 1904 Greek Revival on National Register of Historic Homes in heart of Montgomeryâ??s Historic District. Meticulously restored to its original beauty while incorporating many luxurious upgrades. Stately Corinthian columns Historians credit to the original Alabama Capitol building line the wide front porch. Leaded glass solid oak doors welcome all into the grand foyer with its coffered ceiling, Ionic columns and sweeping French staircase accented by an original Stained-Glass window. The foyer and Ladies Parlor feature antique crystal chandeliers while a rare Sheffield four globe pan light lends masculinity to the Gentlemenâ??s Parlor. Each downstair fireplace displays original wrought iron surrounds and subway tile, all fitted with working gas logs although chimneys are capped. Unique mantels in walnut (1848), tiger oak and mahogany lend distinction to each room. The home features original Montgomery millwork, Norwalk brass hardware, exceptional antique lighting, heart pine hardwood floors, working transom windows, plaster walls, beadboard wainscot throughout. The updated Chefâ??s kitchen combines elegance with functionality. Period custom cabinetry with antique German Glass fronted doors, long honed Black Pearl granite countertops accentuating the unique Winter Leaf marble backsplash, soft close drawers and pullout shelving provide an abundance of storage and workspace. Top of line KitchenAid 5-burner gas cooktop over a large Dacor convection/microwave oven and two 30â? wall ovens deliver cooking excellence. A 48â? Sub Zero delivers the Rolls Royce in refrigeration. Extra space for a large Chefâ??s rack or tall cabinet available in the service hall off kitchen. A 1950 fully restored elevator provides easy upstairs access where a wide hallway with French doors open to a front balcony. Please see attached supplements for full description.