This exquisite 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath Federal and Greek Revival home was originally built by Isaac Moore in 1829 and updated over the years. The first floor features a two-story conservatory with porcelain tile floor and franklin stove; eat-in country kitchen with bay window, handcrafted tile gas fireplace, and quartz countertops; inviting red parlor highlighted by built-ins and historic faux-marble fireplace; bright music room/office; formal dining room with wainscoting; formal living room with gas fireplace and Greek Revival mantel; sunroom with skylight; and laundry room. The 2nd floor master features original molding and a wood-burning fireplace, connecting to a beautifully tiled master bath w/walk-in shower. 3 other bedrooms have private baths. The house sits on nearly an acre of beautifully landscaped trees and gardens, including 2 slate patios. The home was visited by Frederick Douglass, and has appeared on Brightonâs Landmark Societyâs Home & Garden Tour.