01/26/2011 12:24 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Eclectic Lincoln Park Home Was Once A Greek Orthodox Church (PHOTOS)

If you can't part with city living but long for a country estate, this unique Lincoln Park mansion might be just the thing you're looking for.

Originally built as a single-family home, the property was transformed into a Greek Orthodox church in 1912. Now, the property at 1339 W. Webster Ave. is a home again, and takes up three city lots.

Burns & Beyerl Architects redesigned the 17 room mansion, which boasts more than 10,000 square feet of living space.

The home includes handcrafted 120-year-old wood, exposed timbers to support the overhead balcony, a cobblestone courtyard, two-story living and family room, wood burning fireplace and a Byzantine ceiling in the kitchen.

It is currently listed for $3.8 million.

For more information on this property, check out the Robert John Anderson website.

Would you live here? Take a peek inside and let us know in the comments.

The photos are courtesy of VHT.

1339 W. Webster Ave.