Imagine direct views of the Lexington Battle Green and having Lexington Center within steps of your front door. Built on a .82 acre lot for Dr. J. Odin Tilton in 1897, this grand Shingle-style home has an expansive foyer highlighted by a stately staircase, five principal first floor rooms plus a guest or office suite with separate entrance. Notable features include exquisite sycamore and oak woodwork, pocket doors, dining room with leaded glass cabinetry, solarium for plants and French doors to a meticulously restored front veranda. The 24x10-foot kitchen has an original cook stove plus an antique refrigerator residing in the pantry. A recent rear deck spans the width of the house and overlooks an expansive lawn. On the second floor find an en suite primary bedroom, three additional bedrooms, a renovated hall bath and an inviting family room with bay window and fireplace. The back stairway reveals a linen room and a charming third floor with refinished pine floors and new bath.