Return this amazing property to its original grandeur. The location is second to none! It's one of two singles, directly facing the Cambridge Common. It's known as the Roger Fisher House & was formerly the Red Cross Building. It was built in the 1880s by architects Chamberlin and Whidden for a Harvard University physics instructor. It's a fine example of Neo-Georgian design, mixed with elements from the Colonial Revival & Queen Ann periods. Many updates have been made in the last 10 years, including: roof, gutters, chimney restoration/re-pointing, high efficiency heating system, updated HVAC, water heater, bathrooms and more. While it has been renovated over time, period details still remain. It boasts 21 rooms, has an elevator for three levels, an exterior lift to the side porch and parking for 6 cars. The basement has heat/AC and plenty of space for extra storage, workout or media rooms, etc. Very close to Harvard Square, the T Red Line, restaurants, concert venues, etc.