This Colonial Revival house, in a sought after trick or treat neighborhood, has been revived once more. The simple, classical detailing and expressive portico suggestive of the American patriotism of the 20th century has been thoughtfully maintained with the addition of the open-floor plan and bonus rooms and amenities made popular by today's modern families. This home has been gutted and nearly completely rebuilt in 2013 with special care to preserve it's iconic exterior symmetry, paneled door and sidelights. Step inside to find the time-honored center entry-hall floor plan that opens up into the extended kitchen and family room that dreams are made of. The thoughtfully designed kitchen seats many at the L-shaped island and built in bench with table and overlooks the family room. The prep sink, beverage fridge, pantry and abundant marble counter space allows for more cooks than one in this kitchen. The upper floor has been fully reconstructed and houses three bedrooms including the master suite, laundry room and two bedrooms which share a jack and jill bathroom. A partially finished basement adds more living space, not included in the square footage of this home.