Perched on a hill overlooking Fisher Park, the Grimsley-Frye House was built in 1908, and only three owners have stewarded its care. This landmark Neoclassical Revival style property was designed by architect Richard Gambier and highlights the Mount Airy granite stonework of Andrew Schlosser. A stately wrap-around porch and porte-cochere lined by Ionic columns lead to the grand 1st floor entry graced by a winding staircase, 2 parlors, formal dining room, kitchen and more. Four bedrooms, an office and 2 baths complete the second story. Bonuses include tall ceilings galore, original lead-beveled glass windows, 5 antique fireplaces, an attic with cedar closets/chests, a garage with attached office, and glorious 115-year-old woodwork everywhere. Each room commands a scale not found in recent eras. Just a short walk to restaurants and downtown Greensboro activities, this historic yet hip home is ready to romance and entertain its next decades-long owners. Welcome to the home for the ages!