This signature residence, designed by Ellison Smith for a senior NCR executive, won the Dayton Architectural Award in 1929. It has been tastefully renovated, updated, and maintained by the current owners. 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, security system, sprinkler system, many windows have museum-quality UV blocking film, new electronic water purifier/softener, designer landscape lighting. Plaster moldings, solid brass fittings on all doors, & five fireplaces-two of which have closed-vent gas logs. Unlike many Tudors, this home has wonderful light year-round, and the north-facing second floor views downtown. In the winter, radiant steam heat keeps a steady comfortable temperature; there are two AC systems, both with heat-packs, and all thermostats are Honeywell wi-fi enabled. There is a dry, unfinished basement; laundry on the first floor, large linen closet on the second, and cedar closet on the third. The dining room sits 12 comfortably plus a breakfast room for more intimate dining.