Steps away from the golden Greek Revival dome of the State House and the old African Meeting House, lies a rare find: a fully renovated brick town home that has maintained its New England charm through the centuries. Built at the height of the Gilded Age, 28 Irving Street was envisaged from the start, as an affluent urban residence. Step inside the foyer and a stately marble fireplace promises cozy fire-lit evenings throughout the long winter season. Elsewhere, ornate fireplaces punctuate rooms throughout. An open floor plan, the kitchen overlooks an ample, elegant dining area that dialogues with the home and looks out onto the worn street cobblestones. During the summer months, a private deck opens onto a quaint neighborhood courtyard and a privy view of the area’s endearing gardens and bay windows. This 3 bed/2.5 bath meticulously maintained home has a basement level laundry room and entertainment room and additional fireplaces throughout the upper bedrooms and sitting areas.