This iconic Baton Rouge home has been restored and improved upon with attention to detail and no expense being spared. Built in 1936, this home is nestled on a large corner lot in the subdivision of Steele Place. Originally a Pecan Grove, Steele Place was developed by Anthony F. "Tony" Cazdessus in the 1920s and is bounded by Claycut Road and Hundred Oaks Avenue. This home offers the quality in craftsmanship and materials of yesteryear married to all of the amenities of today! Every feature of this home is brimming with charm and character. The design and original details speak to the preservation of timeless attributes that were a part of the home's original intentions. Including the matching Port Windows over a wood burning fireplace with an oversized hand-carved mantle. Home is SOLID concrete construction with all cypress woodwork outside and a restored Ludiwici Celadon tiled roof. Updated to include brand NEW HVAC and duct system, NEW Water Heater, NEW Furnace, All NEW Electrical, NEW Plumbing, Fresh Paint, Operating Wood Windows, NEW Insulation, NEW Kitchen, NEW Appliances, Updated Bathroom, and a landscaping & lighting design that perfectly accentuates the beauty of this corner lot while also paying tribute to the home as the crown jewel. This home begs for Southern Hospitality with 3 inviting porches and large yard. Recently installed separate driveways allow for access from Claycut or Glenmore with Garage Parking. Make yourself at home with access to nearby groceries, retail, bars, bakeries, coffee shops and restaurants. Enjoy long strolls and bike rides through the Garden District and MidCity or stay home and enjoy the view from your porch swing. For anyone who is looking for a turn-key home abounding in charm & character, it doesn't get better than this One-of-a-kind property. Call today to schedule a private tour!