Hello! Have you ever longed for a bygone era when design and elegance were highly-esteemed and evidenced everywhere? Well, imagine that elegance fused with modern finishes and highly-efficient systems. Imagine no more!!! Instead please feast your eyes on 1112 Locust Street...perched expansively on the important corner of Glenburn and Locust Streets. Sited in the heart of the historic district, yet just 4 blocks from the banks of the mighty Choptank River, this gem of a house sparkles anew! Designed by a famous architect in 1909 and completed in 1910, this house enjoyed premier status for decades, then a sad decline, but now she has risen from her great demise to glowingly accent/ dominate the city landscape once again. City folks are now flocking to the Eastern Shore from the North of Manhattan to the South of Capitol Hill. They are attempting to escape the density of the cities and to find charming, well-designed small cities on interesting water scapes! Cambridge has been discovered and a Renaissance is now robustly under way with artists, writers, photographers, micro brewers, great retirees and now millennials moving to town and opening wonderful restaurants, bars and shops at an increasingly fast clip. If you love 1112 yet still wish for water access/water views without fear of water due to climate change, then please consider a slip at the public marina or consider being sponsored as a member of the iconic Cambridge Yacht Club. This house provides great space and flexibility on floors 2 and 3 for home offices, yoga/meditation/study rooms, play/family rooms, or libraries in addition to multiple bedrooms. The first floor study could also serve as a first floor bedroom as it is situated immediately next to a full bath.