Spectacular 1921 Belmont Heights Craftsman with design and restoration inspired by Greene & Greene's iconic Culbertson House. The house exhibits many traditional features from the Arts & Crafts movement, along with a mix of unique and beautiful elements including the thoughtful landscaping, organic color palette, custom iron work, and the striking glazed Ludowici tile roof. The restoration was performed to first maximize preservation of period elements; such as the oversized, quarter sawn tiger oak front door, quarter sawn white oak floors, superb original mouldings and doors, and original Batchelder tile fireplace with floral-themed rosettes. In addition, many of today's modern conveniences have been incorporated, including period correct wood sash dual glazed windows and single lite French doors, recessed lighting, forced air and heat, and a full rewire with 200 amp electrical service. The kitchen is highlighted by custom stained white oak Shaker style cabinets, upscale stainless steel appliances, eat-at bar, and center island with sink. The family room features a voluminous coffered ceiling, tiled fireplace, and access to the spacious outdoor patio and garden showcasing curated plantings and multiple old growth fruit trees. The garage is oversized and offers 2 additional off street parking spaces and built-in storage. This house presents itself as a rare opportunity for a buyer to purchase one of the most refined designs to ever become available in the area.