Live in the best of the vintage co-ops along Lake Shore Drive and enjoy a gracious floorplan with sprawling space and wonderful character. Designed in 1926 by noted architect Robert Seeley De Golyer, this building stands out amongst the noted Chicago architectural buildings for its classic design and comfortable homes. The 7F home has been beautifully updated by the current architect owners, and offers a large living room, an oversized dining room, and 4 bedrooms. The living room is adorned with custom bookcases and functioning gas fireplace, and is reminiscent of grand homes allowing for generous furniture space. The oversized dining room can host huge dinner parties or double as an informal dining area with additional family room. The kitchen includes professional grade Wolf, Sub Zero, & Miele appliances, white cabinetry, butcher-block counters & butlers pantry. The en-suite bathrooms have been updated with subway tile walls, quarter sawn oak vanities & heated floors. Custom built-ins line the third bedroom & dining room in addition to the living room, while the 4th bedroom (maid's bedroom) has been transformed in to a perfect home office. Warmly stained hardwood floors enrich the aesthetics throughout most of the home. In unit storage is unmatched with incredible organized closet space that is comparable to only the largest single family homes. A newer central air system provides air conditioning. All of this in a top-notch full amenity building with the most enviable enclosed pool & garden court (must see to believe), fitness area, child's playroom, the best 24-hour attentive staff, & additional storage. Seller will pay for parking for 1 year right out the building at 655 W Grace (directly next door). For refined living with an unusually large & handsome living space, unit 7F at 3750 Lake Shore Drive is incomparable within the city. This is a special building and special home.
Listing courtesy of Edward Jelinek, @properties