This craftsman style historical brick home with early prairie influence was built by a well-known Quincy architect in 1906 and has been featured in architectural home tours. Graced by quarter-sawn oak woodwork, an arched front doorway, and a wraparound porch, this house has so much to offer. The kitchen underwent a complete remodel recently with custom cherry cabinets, granite countertops, and is open to a new family room. The laundry has been relocated to the second floor. The third floor is large and contains a small kitchen area with a refrigerator (other) and a very nice full bath. For safety, a special egress window was installed that provides easy exit if necessary. Zoned heating and cooling. There is a lovely garden with a small pond. The driveway has entrances on both 18th and on Hampshire.