This newly renovated home in downtown Saratoga Springs has a modern flair that pays homage to its historic nature. This house was originally built in the mid-1800s. Later, it came to have a local distinction from a prominent doctor who ran his practice and raised his family in the home until the mid-1900s. After he relocated his business, the house became subdivided into multiple apartments. When the home was purchased in its “As Is” condition, it was condemned. The structure needed major repair and configuration and all-new street connections for gas, water, and electricity. We saved as much of the original material in the house as possible, including some trim work, about 20% of the plaster molding, about 40% of the floors, and a few windows. Now, the home boasts a state-of-the-art kitchen, steam room with an Aspen bucket shower, and back porch with a built-in fireplace that’s perfect for entertaining.