In Chicago’s coveted Gold Coast historic district, Elm Street is considered a premier block for distinctive row houses and greystones. Off Lake Shore Drive and a short walk to some of Chicago’s best schools, shops,and restaurants, it’s a dream location for an easy and enjoyable urban lifestyle. At home at 55 E Elm Street, you will find the charm and elegance of 19th century architecture re-imagined for the way we live today. Painstakingly restored and meticulously maintained through the years, the most recent renovation features an impeccable and modern 18-foot long eat-in kitchen with custom cabinetry and a contiguous deck, one of two private outdoor spaces. Offering natural light from skylights, French paned doors and windows, and charming bays, the 4,200 square foot home is warm and inviting. There are three large en-suite bedrooms and a fourth bedroom or office in the built-out lower level, a library leading to the second deck, this one an exceptional 20-feet long, and a dining room that also lives well as a family room. It’s rare to find an historic row house with today’s appealing transitional style.