An Elegant Manse in Chicago With a Wine Cellar and 50-Foot Atrium Asks $3.9M

An Elegant Manse in Chicago With a Wine Cellar and 50-Foot Atrium Asks $3.9M

Original architectural features and contemporary comforts merge in this graceful Lincoln Park mansion.

The East Lincoln Park manse in Chicago is currently listed for $3,950,000 by Jameson Sotheby's International Realty.

This spacious East Lincoln Park home was built in 1893, then renovated in 1991 by architects Phil Casagrande and Marcel Freides. Most recently, another lavish remodel by Casagrandes Architecture, Cristina Draft Interiors, and Blutter/Schiff has made this residence look more splendid than ever.  An entertainer’s dream, the expansive great room features two fireplaces, a 50-foot atrium, and original stained glass accents. The chef’s kitchen is primed for a workout, with new quartz counters and industrial-grade appliances. The highlight, however, is the primary suite, which offers a sitting area, LED fireplace, and marble-clad bathroom with a soaking tub. A temperature-controlled wine cellar with reclaimed white oak walls, a new rooftop deck, and a two-car garage make this listing a rare find. 

Listing Details

Bedrooms: 6
Baths: 6.5
Year Built: 1889
Square Footage: 9,000
Lot Size: 0.06 acres









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