Newly renovated historic home with cobblestone driveway and rambling gardens of wisteria, peonies and roses. Old growth trees, several camellias & dogwoods on one of the biggest lots you can find in town, give this home privacy and a park-like setting that's hard to come by. Built in 1910 by lumberman Ben Spalding for his family, this home was rated 'exceptional' by the Historical Preservation society, showing the site's importance to the heritage of Grants Pass. Boasting 2155 sq ft of living space, this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home has a new roof, marble counters, renovated kitchen and bathrooms, new carpet and newly refinished wood floors restoring the charm of this gem. A previous remodel added new siding, plumbing, wiring, insulation & drywall. Two living areas, one with a cozy gas fireplace that leads to the tranquil backyard, would make this home a sweet place to welcome family and gather together under the wisteria covered pergola.