Definitive Evanston National Landmark building built in 1902 by E. O. Blake. Its gracious vestibule and wide light-filled staircase reflect a style not found in contemporary buildings. The unit opens into a large 9 x 18 foyer with original details including a coffered ceiling. The living room features a decorative fireplace flanked by built-in bookcases, large south-facing windows, and hardwood floors. What could be more wonderful than your own personal screened-in porch? Located directly off the living room, this 19 x 9 veranda is perfect for morning coffee, lunch, entertaining, or just sneaking in a nap in the warmth of the sun. The dining room features a tray ceiling, recessed lighting, and an adjacent butler's pantry. The kitchen offers newer stainless-steel appliances, granite counters, an additional pantry, and hardwood floors. Off the center hallway are three generous-sized bedrooms, a full hall bath, and a Large Hall closet.The primary bedroom has a large closet and an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower with a relaxing rain shower head and water jets. The hardwood floors throughout were replaced in 2012. All mechanicals, including electrical, plumbing, lighting, and windows were also replaced in 2012. Appliances are newer. The roof is 2016, the boiler is 2018, fast recovery hot water heater was installed in 2021. AC is As-Is. Walk to Main Street shops and restaurants, Jewel, Trader Joe's, Lincoln School, the El and Metra trains. Also conveniently located 3 blocks from the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan.