This updated Italianate mansion in Jamaica Plain, once known as The Gilbert House, was originally built in 1854 and has undergone extensive renovations while remaining loyal to the home’s original design. The mansion is located in JP’s Sumner Hill Historic District, and was only the second home to be built in this neighborhood. According to listing agent David Hannon, the home is technically a two-family home with a three-bedroom unit attached. The property has a total of six bedrooms, four full baths, one partial bath, and 6,330 square feet of interior space. Additional amenities include a sauna, a gym, a solarium, and a finished basement. The home sits on a 19,000 square foot lot, just under half an acre, while winding streets give the surrounding area a park-like feeling. The home’s light-filled interior features cornice brackets, rounded arched windows, and two-story bay windows which are part of the Italianate style. Elements from several countries are used in many different parts of the home. The home recently saw its price drop by $145,000, bringing it to $2,850,000. Take a look at what $2.85 million will get you.