There are quick flips, there are respectful rehabs, and then there’s this: a home painstakingly renovated over the course of four years combining top-quality materials with thoughtful customizations. Modern industrial touches meld perfectly with original details like oak floors, curved plaster, unique woodwork and oversize windows. The foyer entry with original doors, wainscoting and tile leads to a large living room with decorative fireplace and restored pocket doors opening to the sun-drenched dining room. An enormous cutout connects this space to the kitchen, which may not be a stretch to call a masterpiece. An island with slide-in stainless steel Kitchen Aid range sits atop a porcelain tile floor and beneath a custom architectural vent hood, which is hidden with beadboard, period-appropriate millwork and a slate surround. Custom HK Shaker-style cabinets with self-closing drawers are paired with granite countertops, stainless LG dishwasher and bottom-freezer French door fridge, oversize stainless undermount sink, and handmade tile backsplash. A modern farmhouse-style mudroom opens to the large paved rear yard with perimeter garden. The cutest powder room ever, with a Duravit sink and Toto toilet, is tucked away under the stairs. The main or rear staircase leads to the spacious second floor with a huge front parlor with decorative mantel and original double doors with beveled glass panes; large back bedroom with bay window seat with storage; good-sized middle bedroom; marble bathroom with stall shower with rainhead and cool floating vanity; linen closet; and Electrolux frontloaders. The third floor is perfect for an in-law or au pair suite, with three more bedrooms, kitchenette with cork floor and custom concrete counters, and classic white subway tile bathroom with custom copper details. The standing-height attic with refinished floors is AC ready: playroom or home office, anyone? On an awesome, tree-lined block around the corner from the 34 trolley, Mariposa Food Co-op, Gold Standard Café and the rest of the Baltimore Ave strip.