Set in one of the city's most desirable locations with unobstructed views of the Cardinal's mansion and Lincoln Park, 1524 N. Astor was designed by Chicago architect, I. W. Colburn. Two renowned Chicago firms - Marvin Herman & Associates and Suzanne Lovell Inc. - completed a 5-year, spare no expense redesign for the current owner. Today, this home offers approximately 6,500 sqft of living space with three private outdoor venues and garage parking for two cars. The Art Deco-inspired interior includes superior quality finishes: stained, quartersawn white oak floors with a metal inlay, custom millwork, cabinetry, vellum wall coverings and window treatments, hand-cast plaster moldings, bronze, and steel balusters fabricated by a local artisan, custom paint by Donald Kaufman, and much more. The main level includes living and dining rooms, a spectacular eat-in kitchen, and a den. The upper level includes an opulent primary suite, a guest suite, and a family room/third bedroom suite. In addition to a grand foyer, the entry-level includes a spacious home office/guest suite, laundry center, and wine room. The garden, koi pond, and terraces were professionally landscaped by award-winning Scott Byron & Co.