Italianate architecture—including proscenium arches and glowing wood floors throughout—graces a southeast-facing estate that features glistening windows framing vistas from sunrise to sunset. Nestled atop Laurel Hill adjacent to The University of North Carolina campus, the 4,300-square-foot home is complemented by 1.5 acres of flagstone patios, expansive lawns, native stone walls and steps, and stately hardwoods. Laurel Hill is ribboned with curvilinear streets, topographically determined and gently placed by nationally renowned civil engineer and professor, T. Felix Hickerson. The idyllic setting showcases gardens, terraces, and an historic stage for hosting outdoor theater productions. Distinctive Laurel Hill is definitively one of the crown jewels of North Carolina’s historic places.