This Wicker Park masterpiece on a quiet tree-lined street seamlessly blends the landmarked 1885 Victorian brick facade with a warm inviting interior that belongs in Architectural Digest. The 4 level residence is directly across the street from the park and sits on an oversized lot with a coveted city backyard (600 SF). A few highlights include 11' ceilings on the main level, Hakwood European wide plank oak floors, custom millwork and trim, Waterworks bathrooms, solid core doors with unlacquered nickel hardware, a striking staircase with raw iron balusters and wood railing that took a year to fabricate, limestone fireplace from Chesney's in London, and Bevolo lighting. The focal point of the home is the kitchen featuring Mahogany shelving accented with brass inlays, top of the line Sub-Zero, Blue Star, and Miele appliances, a custom hood, an iceberg quartzite island with seating for 4, and an abundance of storage. Full floor master suite with a 360 SF walk-out terrace with skyline views, beautiful master bath, and an additional room that could be used as a closet, office, nursery, or a yoga room. The second floor has another 3 bedrooms (for a total of 5 up), 2 full baths, and a laundry room. Lower level with polished concrete radiant heated floors, a wet bar, fireplace, and two French doors opening up to an outdoor space with a built-in grill and fireplace. A nice workout room / guest bedroom and another full bath round out the bottom floor. New HVAC, Pella windows, wired throughout for surround sound, and security system with glass break and motion sensors. Its a short walk to the best Wicker Park and Bucktown has to offer as its conveniently located half way between Division Street and North Avenue.