A wonderful combination of impeccable mid-century style and unbeatable location, this 1959 I.M. Pei and Harry Weese designed Hyde Park townhome has it all. Perfectly located in heart of the University of Chicago campus neighborhood, it features three levels of bright, well-thought out, beautifully designed living space. The approach to the front door is through an impressively landscaped private garden. Upon entering the home, there's a stunning view straight through the front hall and living room, out a wall of windows to the expansive verdant and shaded backyard. The main floor offers a winning combination of open floor plan (living and dining areas, separated by a two-sided gas fireplace), along with a bit of private space (a cozy den that could function as a fifth bedroom if needed). Upstairs, there are four generous bedrooms, all with great views through floor to ceiling windows, and two upgraded baths. The primary bedroom is the largest and features an ensuite bath with a full vanity with double sinks and copious storage. The basement is finished with a large family room with full bath. Out back, the gorgeous, professionally designed and landscaped private yard with mature plantings provides space for outdoor dining and extensive gardening opportunities. At the back of the yard is a one-car garage with an electric charging station. Additional parking is available along the back drive to the garage. This home has been lovingly maintained and upgraded by its long-time owners. All windows have been replaced, insulation added, in-ground irrigation added, systems upgraded. The location is truly extraordinary. On a quiet tree-lined street with views of historic single-family homes, it is equally convenient to both Lab School locations, the University of Chicago campus, Bixler Playlot, the Metra and downtown buses, and the 55th Street shopping center. Ray School district.