Meticulously maintained Lowry Hill home designed by architect George W. Maher, known for his Prairie School designs and the Motif-Rhythm theory, which involved using a repeated design element, typically a flower. This home features a poppy flower throughout in leaded glass windows, French doors & built-ins. Open & flowing spaces & the use of large windows was also a trademark of Maher’s, which is evident upon entering. The gracious foyer opens into the dining room with open views to the backyard & the living room extends from the front to the rear of the home & features marble fireplace, beams & French doors opening into the sunroom with access to rear deck. Center island kitchen & family room complete this level. Primary suite + 3 additional bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & laundry on the 2nd floor. Finished 3rd and lower levels offer ample space for work, play & entertainment. Carriage house has parking for 4 vehicles, guest quarters above and 2-levels of storage below.