Hidden away in the Franklin Hills, this three-story English Tudor home in the rare Storybook Style was initially built in 1921. It has been expanded and updated to the highest standards, carefully preserving the craftsmanship and character of the original. The home has been in the same family for over four decades and exhibits careful attention to detail and custom artisan elements. No expense was spared to enhance the beauty, functionality and character of this unique home. The home features solid Oak hardwood floors, three wood burning fireplaces, with elaborate stone and brick surrounds and gas jets, hand hewn Redwood ceiling beams, vaulted ceilings in the upper level and main floor bedrooms, and custom diamond pane windows throughout. The dining room includes a greenhouse ceiling with views of the garden and sky. There are original period wall sconce lights, a hand-hewn wooden stairway to upper level and a circular wrought iron staircase from middle to lower level with skylight above. The kitchen and kitchenette include mosaic penny tile floors, gas and electric cooktops, and major appliances by Bosch, Gaggenau and Sub-Zero. Bathrooms retain the original vintage tile. The house includes ample storage closets, an updated HVAC system with Nest controls, fireproof shake shingle roof and tankless water heating system. The lower level includes a separate laundry and shop room with large capacity washer, dryer and laundry sink. The property offers panoramic 180-degree views overlooking the city, front and rear garden terraces, extensive mature landscaping, a fully fenced yard and a flat rear lawn. See 3D tour and video.