This Georgian home is an historic hometown treasure. The original house was built in 1894 but its architecture came to life in 2005 when it was fully refurbished and expanded. Chicago architect John Eifler's design harmonizes the exterior of Chicago common brick, cut limestone, columns, cedar trim and sawn shingles, copper flashings and gutters, and Marvin windows. The builder's utilization of GREEN BUILDING SYSTEMS including super-efficient Icynene foam insulation makes this home amazingly efficient. It's located in the heart of Barrington IL on a tree-lined street easily walkable to the Village's downtown with its upscale restaurants, shopping, Starbucks, Catlow movie theater, Metra train to Chicago, and the award-winning Barrington CUSD 220 schools. The main level has a large foyer, his and hers offices, family room, sitting room, dining room, butler's pantry, and kitchen with custom-made inset cherry cabinets, 4-oven Aga cooker and Herbeau farmhouse sink. The 2nd level has a master suite featuring a large dressing closet and 4 ensuite bedrooms. The 3rd level has another full bathroom and a large bonus room which offers playroom, Au pair, and homeschooling options. The lower level has a rec room, full bath, large laundry room, and 3-car heated garage. Interior features include 3-stop elevator, extensive woodwork, heated hardwood floors, oil rubbed bronze hardware, etched glass light fixtures, 4 gas fireplaces, towel warmers, and stained-glass window. This home is on a 66' x 139.5' corner lot and the 2019 Cook County R.E. taxes are a reasonable $14,513.47. Exterior features include a private brick paved courtyard, front and side porches, brick paved parking/play court, and award-winning landscaping. In addition, this home is protected by a whole house natural gas backup generator. With the attention to detail this home exhibits, the closer you look, the more impressed you will be.