With all its iconic elegance, this rare home is an architectural gem in the crown of one of Bristol's most sought-after historic districts. This could be a once in a lifetime opportunity to own an historic home on the idyllic, tree-lined Holston Avenue. This grand home was built around 1906 by Riley Stone of Stone Lumber Company. This home has only been owned by 3 families in its over 100-year history. Two generations of Stones lived in this prestigious home, until purchased by the Realtor, Jim Dougherty in 1960 and ultimately its current owner, Dr. & Mrs. Tiller. You could be the 4th steward of this lovely home. The homes' Greek Revival architecture are attributed to Clarence Kearfott. He was Bristol's most prolific designer and one of Bristol's earliest practicing architects. In true Greek Revival style, this home has symmetry, proportion, simplicity, and elegance.One of the signature elements of Greek Revival architecture is its imposing and easily identifiable painted white fluted columns with Ionic details. The over 800 sq. ft. covered wrap around front porch is in keeping with the original style. It conveys a natural sense of hospitality. You could spend countless hours here resting, reading and entertaining. As soon as you step into the magnificent foyer, you know you have entered an era of bygone times. The first floor will wow you with original millwork, architectural details and modern comforts. From the elegant entrance hall, you can enter the beautiful formal banquet size dining room that will accommodate all your guests and your oversized pieces of furniture. Also off the entry foyer is an expansive parlor with stunning fireplace and matching built-ins for visiting with guests. Both rooms are perfect entertaining spaces. Also off the foyer in the left hallway is a fabulously sunny library with 2 large rooms, built-ins and a beautiful fireplace.