Designed by renowned architect David Osler, this stunning home sits on a quiet street within walking distance of the UM central campus and backs to the stately Inglis House property. This mid-century modern home, built in 1968, captures the architectural spirit of the era. The main floor has grand living room with vaulted ceiling and sleek gas stove, spacious formal dining room, and kitchen with carefully designed work area, many walnut cabinets, and breakfast nook. Large windows and sliding doors along the entire back of the main floor open onto trees. The recently renovated first floor master suite includes a separate study, master bedroom, master bath, and custom closet. The upstairs offers three bedrooms, two with vaulted ceilings, and a hallway bath. The lower walkout has a family room with recessed lighting and huge project and utility rooms. Upgrades include energy efficient windows on the main and lower levels, new carpet, new over-sized water heater, new roof, and new deck.