Welcome to 4711 Windsor Avenue, comfortably nestled in a row of well-dressed, turn-of-the-century Queen Anne twins with colorfully painted front porches and carefully manicured gardens set under a canopy of mature trees. A grand, gracious home filled with architectural detail and strong bones, this home offers that unique balance of vibrant city life and the friendliness of a tight-knit community. The curb appeal is welcoming with a traditional warm brick facade with handsomely painted spindle and trim work and a Dutch door. The front porch is wide and inviting and the place you'll enjoy coffee on a cool fall morning chatting with neighbors. A vintage-tiled vestibule opening to a grand foyer with a sweeping staircase awaits as you step inside. This home is a treasure trove of historic charm, featuring intricate woodwork, original hardwood floors, and period-specific fixtures throughout. From the moment you step inside, you'll be transported back in time to an era of craftsmanship and elegance. Enter the formal living room through pocket doors and find soaring plaster ceilings with cavetto curves, original hardwood floors and a wood-burning fireplace. The heart of the home may be the formal dining room with pocket doors and room for the largest of holiday dinners. The kitchen is spacious and features new butcher block countertops, an original butler's pantry and access to a laundry room. It is here that you'll prep for entertaining, hosting, and gathering. Out back, the large private yard, is perfect for fire pits and lounge chairs. On the second floor, find a den with built-in bookshelves and a brick fireplace with delicate decorative tile. It will be your favorite place to unwind after a long day. Two additional bedrooms and a hall bath round out the second floor. This home has all of the space you've been dreaming of and with three additional bedrooms on the 3rd floor, you will have plenty of room for home offices, guests, and rooms for hobbies. The classic layout provides a canvas for your creative vision, making it the perfect opportunity to customize and modernize while preserving the home’s historical integrity. The best part might just be the neighborhood itself. Cedar Park truly has the best of everything: the natural beauty of both Cedar and Clark Parks, homes spanning centuries of architectural styles, Baltimore Avenue, a vibrant and eclectic streetcar commercial corridor, and easy access to Center City. Mariposa Food Co-op is already your go-to grocery stop, Gold Standard pours your favorite latte, Loco Pez serves up their incredible Coupe DeVille margarita and Booker's shrimp and grits are what brunch dreams are made of. 4711 Windsor offers an exquisite piece of history boasting a wealth of original architectural details that are just waiting to be lovingly restored to their former glory. Welcome home.