This gorgeous Victorian twin has been thoughtfully updated while maintaining the home’s vintage charm. Each room comes together perfectly with its own vibrant color, unique light fixture and features that wow, all while maintaining a cohesive aesthetic throughout. The warm original pine floors, manageable room sizes and amazing natural light from massive windows on three sides, including the unobstructed east-facing side, make the super spacious square footage feel cozy and welcoming. The charm starts up front with the lovely façade, covered porch complete with swing and original glass entry door to the tiled vestibule. Double glass doors with a transom lead into the living room with a tiled decorative fireplace and bay window with bench seating, while the turned staircase creates the perfect nook for a console table and coat closet. An extra-wide doorway leads to the large formal dining room, then at the rear is the recently renovated kitchen. Two schoolhouse pendant lamps highlight the custom concrete countertops with inlays, custom-built flat-front cabinets, subway tile backsplash and black and white hex tile floors set in a vintage pattern. The original rear staircase has been closed off and converted to a super usable pantry. Out back is a dream outdoor space with a covered deck with ceiling fan and plenty of greenspace for an extensive urban garden, as well as a stone patio at the rear. Tools, bikes and trash can be neatly tucked out of site in the breezeway. The six bedrooms are spread out evenly over the top two floors and the front room on either level would make an ideal main bedroom. Choose from the second-floor room with dual closets and two exposures, or the third floor with a square bay that creates a lovely sitting area. A cute hall closet on the second floor reveals a stackable washer and driver, saving trips down to the basement leaving it (and the attic!) free for storage. There is a full bath on each of the upper floors with vintage-cool tile floors and tub surround. The best of Baltimore Ave is at your fingertips, and both Clark and Cedar parks are super close.