Situated off brattle street in the Old Cambridge historic district, this gracious arts and crafts townhome is unparalleled in its beauty. This elegant home was designed in 1908 by noted architect Allen Winchester Jackson, for Herbert Weir Smyth, professor of Greek literature at Harvard University. With 4 bedrooms and 3 full and 1 half bathroom, this property is part of a 2-unit condo association. The townhome has lovely features including large rooms throughout, fireplaces, leaded glass windows, a coffered ceiling, dentil moldings, wainscoting, skylights, and wood floors. There is garage parking for 1 car and a full basement for storage. The beautifully landscaped grounds have mature plantings and a brick terrace off the dining room, which is exclusively designated for this unit. High ceilings throughout and an abundance of windows bring sunlight into every room. It is convenient for the shops and restaurants in Huron village and to a fresh pond reservoir; a paradise for walkers, joggers, and bikers.