Amazing opportunity to live on one of the most sought after blocks in Mount Airy and own a piece of History! This Frank Furness Wissahickon Shist and wood siding 4br 2.5 bath Victorian home was originally designed for Fredrick Clement Gowen, a Grandson of James Gowen, the estate's developer. Published documents credit this beautifully renovated home as being built in 1885 by the Tourison Brothers, members of a Mount Airy family active in the construction industry for almost 30 years and one of their earliest construction efforts. This home reflects aspects of the Victorian Stick style and the Queen Anne Style. A large front yard and covered wrap-around porch greet you and lead you into the center hall where you can see the high ceilings, over-sized windows and oak hard wood floors throughout the 1st floor. To your right is a sunny living room with a brick wood burning fireplace, to your left, a small den and a spacious dining room, also with a brick, wood-burning fireplace. Down the hall, passing the main and back staircase leads you into the large eat-in kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and gas cooking. You enter the sizable laundry area, complete with washer and dryer, plus a half bath and the back door to the large rear and side yards. The 2nd floor encompasses a wide center hallway, also with hardwood throughout, boasts 4 large bedrooms, one br with a bonus room and adjacent full bath with the original leaded/stained glass window and deep tub, one br with a brick fireplace and another br with entry into the 2nd full hall bath with large stand up shower and subway tile back splash. Close to transportation, shopping and everything Mount Airy and Chestnut Hill have to offer! You won't find another house like this, on this block, anytime soon. Don't miss out!! Taxes shown are estimated. Actual assessment and taxes are not yet determined. Please allow 48 hours response time for offers.