This modern home with historical appeal sits in the heart of the Franklin-Rosemary historic district of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Designed and built in 2019 by locally acclaimed architect Don Tise as his and his wife's private residence. Ideally located one block off Franklin Street, 10-seconds to the UNC campus and 90-seconds to Battle Forest. Chef’s kitchen is equipped with a large quartzite island, sub-zero fridge, wolf gas cooktop and custom cabinetry. The open floor plan of the main living space is perfect for entertaining with cathedral ceilings, a 3-sided modern fireplace and full glass doors that open to front & back porches. Spacious open primary suite has cathedral ceilings, dual closets, floor-to-ceiling corner windows and private deck. The lower level offers a quiet retreat with secondary bedrooms, a bonus game room and a 500 bottle wine cellar and bar area. Elevator connects the two floors. You can hear the UNC bell tower from the home’s English style garden while enjoying time on your covered patio with retractable screens and a wood-burning fireplace, allowing you to appreciate all seasons.