This house is anything but the quaint 1920’s Heights brick bungalow that it appears to be from the street. Sections were added over time and the result is a truly unique layout. The home has had the same architect owners for the past 45 years. The attic was transformed into a primary suite with interesting roof planes to form walls that create nooks and crannies. The stairway splits at an intermediate landing that makes the home feel connected by the alternating pathways. Open spaces create great game rooms and private spaces become secluded home offices/study areas. The living area over the garage has not only its own outdoor entrance, but also a connection to the main house through an interior bridge.The double-lot back yard includes a large pool, covered pavilion with an outdoor bathroom, and lush landscaping that allow plenty of room for romping dogs, swing sets, and some great get-togethers after those little league games and ballet recitals.