Beautiful Prairie Style home designed by George Maher in 1905, sensitively updated, and restored by award-winning owners. The home, known as the Emil Rudolph Residence, sits on nearly an acre of land on a quiet cul-de-sac, just a short walk down the ravine or around the block to Lake Michigan. It is known as the "Tulip House," after its many stunning original stained glass windows and doors, handcrafted cabinetry, original mosaic over the main fireplace (one of three), exceptional quarter-sawn oak built-in's, restored original lighting, beamed ceilings, and dramatic front and rear staircases. It has a finished third floor with a full bath, a finished basement, and a 2+ car attached garage. The location is within walking distance to town, the lake, and local schools. The tableland is suitable for adding a swimming pool and the design can easily accommodate an elevator. An architectural masterpiece of this caliber, so well suited to modern living, is very rare and seldom available. An absolute must-see!