This enchanting carriage house, circa 1935, was most recently redesigned by the nationally known preservation architect, Max Ferro, for his personal residence and offers a private setting within New Bedford’s historic district. An abundance of natural light fills the home, courtesy of eleven skylights and an expansive, enclosed sun room. A dramatic open floor plan is highlighted by floor to ceiling custom cabinetry, shuttered windows, an 18 ft ceiling and a winding staircase leading to a private bedroom with updated full bath. Two first floor bedrooms feature french doors which lead to a sun dappled brick patio complete with specimen trees and flowering perennials. A full bath, office with loft, and an interior “utility shed” with direct patio/deck access complete the first floor. This sophisticated home exudes historic charm whilst affording all the amenities and comfort for modern day living. A very special place to call home!