iCafe is a novel technique which semi-automatically traces intracranial arteries from 3D magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) and computes corresponding quantitative morphometry and intensity features. MRA images of 100 healthy subjects (age 57-85) were processed and 8 representative features were extracted. We found significant decreases in total artery length (p=0.026), distal artery length (p=0.025), and number of branches (p=0.005) with increasing age using linear regression. These results suggest reduced vascularity with age, consistent with prior results showing cerebral blood flow with age. iCafe may be a useful tool to generalize systemic quantitative measurements of intracranial vascular structures.