Known as the Loring-Pierce House, this 1856 Second Empire home was designed by Horace Greenough, and is his only remaining design in Cambridge. Extensively renovated in 2007/2008, this home offers 10 extraordinary rooms with fine details throughout. On the first level is the living room with 13’ ceilings with gas fireplace, crown molding and massive windows with unobstructed views. Adjacent is a formal dining room and conservatory with French doors out to a mahogany deck. The kitchen is outfitted with top appliances, black honed granite counter tops, and Cabico cabinets. On the second floor is a master suite that includes a 4 piece master bath, gas fireplace and two walk in closets, as well as an additional bedroom/bath suite, and laundry. Top floor offers a roof top deck, an office/bedroom with skylight and a bedroom and full bath. On the lower level, family room offers gas fireplace and entertainment bar. French doors lead to workout room, with guest bedroom and bath down the hall.