Escape into this charming family home nestled on an idyllic side street in Manhattan’s coveted Tree Section. The white picket fence, red brick-lined driveway, and front porch remind you of simpler times. The upstairs balcony and huge paned bay windows present visual interest and curb appeal. From the moment you walk inside, this natural light-filled home feels welcoming. Craftsman touches like a substantial staircase, wainscoting, and recently refinished light oak floors show the home’s solid foundation and attention to detail. The downstairs bedroom is unlike any other, an indoor/outdoor experience that leads into the unrivaled backyard. The room transports you to the jungle with french doors and a wall of windows facing a privacy fence covered in lush foliage. Head to the backyard for a red brick patio and two levels of a tranquil backyard. Large trees, natural grass, and tasteful landscaping elevate the space and make it the perfect entertaining area. Three bedrooms, including the other downstairs bedroom, open to the backyard, just sweetening the deal. Ascend to the breezy second-floor living area for sprawling views through massive bay windows and another terrace. The vintage craftsman kitchen expertly blends modern function with mid-century charm. A delightful powder room, built-ins, and original touches throughout the house endear. The upstairs bedroom boasts a fireplace, french doors opening to a terrace overlooking the backyard, a walk-in closet, and an en suite bathroom complete with shower and tub. If the house weren’t exceptional already, it’s located across from an empty lot (hello privacy) and across the street from Grandview Elementary. Act fast on this perfectly-located, private, and wholly unique family home.