Just marvel at the mountain of amenities in this 4,748-square-foot, six-level Victorian home. For starters, there are two dining areas, three sitting rooms, eight fireplaces, seven bedroom suites, a two-car covered carport, two front and two rear entrances, and four outdoor spaces.

Upon first glance - 198 W. Brookline St. may resemble a modestly scaled brick-and-brownstone rowhouse just like its South End neighbors. Yet indoors and out, it feels more like a country estate than a city townhouse.

Just marvel at the mountain of amenities in this 4,748-square-foot, six-level Victorian home. For starters, there are two dining areas, three sitting rooms, eight fireplaces, seven bedroom suites, a two-car covered carport, two front and two rear entrances, and four outdoor spaces.

A Japanese water-garden with a fountain and channel directing water into a koi pond of goldfish welcomes you home serenely.

A slate walk introduces the keyless street-level entry, fingerprint- and smartphone-activated with a Ring security system: a video doorbell detects the motion of visitors, notifies you on your electronic device, and lets you see and talk with them on your phone.

The foyer’s ashlar-patterned limestone floor continues into the formal dining room, which seats 12 people. The bow window accents the feast with a view of the garden and the tree-lined street, as do silvery flowery wallpaper and a paneled walnut mantel and wainscoting.

A walnut butler’s pantry, containing a dry bar with mirror backsplash and a wet bar with brass sink, introduces the kitchen, which contrasts the somber walnut with white paneled cabinetry, a glass subway-tile backsplash and C-shaped marble counter complex, including a peninsular bar by the breakfast area. Stainless appliances include a Dynasty four-burner gas range and a central Kraus sink with retractable faucet. A Sub-Zero refrigerator with freezer drawers is concealed in the cabinetry.

The roomy breakfast area has handy tableware cabinetry, open shelves and a marble buffet counter. A double French door opens to an iron grate platform, which lets light into the bamboo garden below and steps up to a garden terrace, where slat and trellis walls, a built-in bench and long southwestern exposure create an elegant setting for al fresco dining.

The breakfast area reconnects to the foyer by a walnut-encased powder room with a hipped ceiling that makes it feel like a small Arabian tent. A bowl sink on a marble counter adds another touch of class.

Downstairs, the carpeted bedroom suite features a bed alcove with accent lighting and a full bath with a subway-tiled shower and crystal chandelier. The carpeted family room has grasscloth and leaf-scrolled wallcoverings and an en suite bath with a subway-tiled shower. Storage/utility space is down the hall.

The family room, usable as a spare bedroom or au pair suite, exits to the slate-floored bamboo garden, cozily shaded and light-dappled by bamboo plantings and the grate platform. The garden connects to the carport as a car-to-home entry.

Three grand staircases introduce the parlor level: the front stoop with paneled brownstone posts and banisters as well as turned-baluster stairs with graceful newel posts from the garden and bedroom levels. Fluted Tuscan columns by the living room’s end walls introduce the area in an open, direct way that unifies it with the foyer as one fluid space.

The living room boasts double crown molding, an arched marble fireplace with scrolled scallop keystone, a scrolled ceiling medallion dangling a geometric light fixture of frosted globes suspended on brass rods and a bow window with full-height louver shutters.

“The placement of the home is really special,” said listing agent Allison Mazer of Compass. “You have an incredible tree-lined street with an open view on the street’s special angle as opposed to just a block.”

The living room’s parquet floor continues through paneled pocket doors into the library/office. Diverse pressed-tin panel patterns add interest to the beamed ceiling, which dangles an antique ceiling light with a marble-like bowl suspending four bulbous lights with scrolled capital reliefs. A marble fireplace with bumped-out “heart” keystone is flanked by walnut bookcases that blend with the triple crown molding. Across the space, a varnished wood desk is built into an arched alcove flanked by closets. A rear bay window overlooks the terrace.

The parlor level’s floor-through flourish is paralleled in the primary bedroom suite upstairs. The carpeted bedroom features an arched marble fireplace with shield keystone, a bowfront sitting area and an arched bed alcove with its own window for waking to northeastern sun. A barrel-vaulted mahogany dressing room provides a palatial procession along curtained closets and rope-tied bowl lights to the radiant-heated marble bath.

On axis with the dressing room as the bath’s centerpiece is a pedestal soaking tub in front of a broad Chicago window that sun-splashes the bath. Flanking the dressing room at angles are marble-top vanities with bowl sinks, walnut legs and arched mirror alcoves. Louvered wood doors introduce a water closet, a shower with white subway and herringbone tiling and an upper-window view of the Prudential Tower. Louvered doors across the bath provide linen closets. A laundry room with a side-by-side Samsung washer and dryer is handy off the landing.

All of the bedroom level landings are made to feel less confining with mirrored shelf niches for checking one’s appearance and end mirrors that reflect each other in illusions of infinite corridors.

Three mirrors open to the laundry, a closet upstairs and a dry bar up another flight.

Two more bedroom levels with two suites each follow. All have working marble fireplaces and en suite baths; tub/shower combos on the fifth floor, standup showers on the sixth. The front bedrooms have arched, windowed bed alcoves.

The fifth-floor front bedroom has a bow window, whereas the sixth-floor boudoir has a window-bench built into the mansard-roof dormer.

The roof deck with a hot tub is the ultimate dreamscape escape: gorgeous city views and warm water all around you.

For more outdoor space, down Warren Avenue is James Hayes Park with a state-of-the-art playground and a flower-planted sitting area.

Offered at $6.35 million, 198 W. Brookline St. offers resort living amid urban buzz. For more information, contact Allison Mazer at 617-905-7379 or allison.mazer@compass.com.