This expansive unit features spacious formal living and dining rooms with a 14-foot ceiling, an enormous family room with a discreet open designer kitchen looking onto a grand landscaped deck, and a principal bedroom suite - all on the main floor. The main level includes one and a half bathrooms and a large pantry with excellent custom storage. Magnificent architectural detail throughout. The next level features a large family room overlooking a small, landscaped garden. This level includes two bedrooms (one currently used as a large office), a large laundry room, mud room, and two full bathrooms. The property has abundant and inconspicuous closet and storage space. In the 1920s this entire building was the home of Alvan T. Fuller, a two-term Governor of Massachusetts beginning in 1924. Fuller had a prized art collection and his philanthropy was wide-ranging.