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Used as the backdrop in the movie I.Q., about next-door neighbor, Albert Einstein, this historic Steadman-designed beauty bears all the elegant hallmarks of its 1833 provenance, yet is more than ready to host modern life in its updated interiors. A starburst window greets with natural light in the entry, where original hardwoods begin. In the living room, figured molding, tall ceilings, and a warmly burnished mantel draw the eye; an open connection sweeps to a large library with corner bookcases. The gracious dining room adjoins an expansive kitchen with a butler~s pantry, fine appliances that include a Viking professional range, and a farmer~s porch shared by the bookcase-framed family room. Upstairs, a room-sized cedar closet, hidden laundry, and 5 baths care for 5 bedrooms - one so charming with a decorative fireplace, bookcases, and windows faintly etched with the names of former occupants. Once sited on Alexander Street, this home was moved to its stroll-to-town, Mercer Street location in 1876 - a deep, half-acre lot with a 2-car garage.