Meticulously cared for and renovated, this Queen Anne Victorian was designed and built by architect William W. Boyington in 1882 as his personal residence. Warm and inviting with stained glass doors and windows, exquisite millwork and moldings, and a unique combination of original restorations and sophisticated updates. With five original working fireplaces and high ceilings throughout, this house has lake views and is impressive on all levels. Main floor features a formal entryway, living room, parlor/family room, dining room and kitchen with a Glenwood 6 burner stove, Viking oven, Sub Zero refrigerator/freezer, and copper ceiling. 2nd floor includes the master bedroom w/ walk-in closet and updated bathroom with heated floor, air tub and large glass shower. Three additional bedrooms and one bathroom. The 3rd floor looks out at the tree tops with a bedroom and full bathroom, along with a gorgeous space ideal for office/yoga/den. The basement has a large rec room with a bar, 1.5 bathrooms, an exercise room, and heated marble floors throughout. Two laundry areas, one on 2nd floor and one in walkout basement. Updated structural elements include steel beams, copper pipes, updated electrical, many new windows and exterior stucco. WW Boyington notably designed the Chicago Water Tower, the State Capitol Building in Springfield, the entrance gate of Rosehill Cemetery, and many other buildings.