Architect Horatio R. Wilson has left his mark across the city and Midwest, designing the South Michigan Avenue building that once housed Chess Records as well as the imposing Milwaukee mansion that now serves as the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. But this quaint four-bedroom in Albany Park, built in 1909 but recently rehabbed, makes a case for this wide, sunny porch being a particularly nice legacy. The vintage bungalow, asking $1,189,000, offers classic touches, like the beamed ceiling and gabled roof, a well as modern conveniences, like a fully finished basement. Blocks from the end of the Brown Line and a short walk from Horner Park, the home boasts a convenient north side location. And the pergola and fire pit combination in the backyard offers a relaxing way to end the day.