This Charming, Jewel Box House On Lincoln Park'S Prettiest Street Has Been Lovingly Cared For By The Same Owners For 28 Years. Situated In A Row Of Landmarked Homes Built By Famed Architect Edward J. Burling After The Great Chicago Fire, The House Has Many Original Details, Including Pocket Shutters, Crown Moldings, A Curving Mahogany Banister, Gingerbread Trim On The Front Porch, And, In The Living Room, A Carved Ceiling Medallion And Marble Fireplace. Tall Windows Reaching Toward The 10' High Ceilings On The Ground Floor Flood The Rooms With Light Even On The Dreariest Chicago Day. The Millwork And Custom Kitchen With Beautiful Hand-Made Tiles And Top-End Appliances Were Added In 2010. At Back, A 1992 Two-Story Addition With Double Bay Windows Overlooks The Peaceful, Professionally Landscaped Garden Bordered By A Newer Two-Car Garage. A Powder Room Next To The Stairwell Completes The First Floor. The Second Floor Holds A Large Primary Bedroom With A Custom Closet And Ensuite Marble Bath, Two Additional Bedrooms, Currently Used As In-Home Offices, One With A Dressing Area, And A Second Bath. The Lower Level Contains A Large Family Room And A Third Full Bath And Access To The Exterior Front. A Tranquil, Elegant Home In The Oscar Mayer Elementary And Lincoln Park High School District, Within Easy Walking Distance Of Shops, Restaurants, Public Transportation, The Lincoln Park Zoo, Museums, And The Lakefront.
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