Prairie-style, grand-scale living in this 3,900 SF FULL FLOOR apartment. Huge 6BR/3BTH, 13-room unit in sought-after East-of-Broadway Lakeview East neighborhood on a quiet, tree-lined street, a brief walk to Lake Michigan, Lincoln Park and Diversey Harbor. Significantly renovated to provide the perfect balance of modern convenience and historic elegance. Blending a unique combination of Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Prairie Style interior architectural details, the imposing facade displays both Flemish and English-bond brickwork and ornate ironwork at the main door and ground-floor fenestration. Bright sunrooms with windows on three sides overlook Surf Street and local architecturally significant skyline. Apartment lives like a single-family home with large formal living room with a Prairie Style gas fireplace, abundant windows, 10'+ high ceilings, original built-in bookshelves, stained-glass, and deep crown molding. Welcome guests to the gracious dining room which can seat 16 with built-in china cabinets and unique arched ceiling. Large, eat-in kitchen plus breakfast room/serving kitchen with walk-in pantries with in-unit laundry, and private exterior porches for gas barbequing. Other features include a formal entrance foyer and wide, spacious 24-foot-long by 5 foot wide hallway that serves as a great art gallery space. Many of the formal rooms are separable by Art Nouveau French and pocket doors. Building stands separate from surrounding buildings for natural light and breezes from all 4 facades. Granite/stainless kitchen, marble/granite bathrooms, oak and maple hardwood floors, and a brand-new side by side refrigerator and in-unit washer/dryer. Master bath has a shower and separate soaking tub. Of the 6 total bedrooms, 5 are KING-SIZE, dual-window bedrooms, 4 with walk-in closets. 5th bedroom is a former maid's quarters, 2-tandem-room suite with a new full bath. [Separate 2BR/1BTH apartment currently available for lease in the building.] Outdoor garden seating area and on-site parking available. Steps from Sheridan Road express bus lines to Michigan Avenue and LaSalle St. downtown and walk to El. Short walk to golf driving range, power- and sail-boat harbors, beaches, Lincoln Park Zoo, Trader Joe's, Mariano's, Landmark's Century Centre Cinema, health care, restaurants, dry cleaners and other amenities. Featured in Crain's Chicago Business, the building was designed by renowned architect Samuel Crowen in 1910 and the building served as the Greek Consulate and residence of the Consul General during the 1950-70's. Building is Managing Broker-owned.