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House In Chicago, United States
US $2,295,000
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  • 5 bedrooms
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exquisite Victorian home
HUGE $100K PRICE REDUCTION! As featured in The Chicago Tribune, welcome home to the perfect city retreat for gracious living and at-home work or study! This exquisite Victorian built in 1883 has been meticulously rehabbed and includes a rear Coach House with oversized garage and spacious one bedroom/one bath apartment -- an ideal oasis for your home office, nanny quarters, or quiet study niche. This totally updated and light-filled row house boasts four bedrooms and five baths in the main house, one bedroom and one bath in the Coach House, and charming front and rear English gardens. The eat-in kitchen is a chef's dream with floor-to-ceiling glass conservatory overlooking landscaped gardens and the Coach House -- picture perfect for entertaining and casual home dining! The light-flooded kitchen features quartz countertops, custom painted white cabinetry with slide-out drawers, subway tile backsplashes, a rolling ladder with rails for easy access to upper cabinets, and SubZero, Bosh and Wolf stainless steel appliances. Recently remodeled baths feature tile and fixtures by Ann Sacks and Waterworks, Kohler tubs, custom vanities and new copper plumbing. Charm abounds with 10' ceilings, a center stairway skylight, four working fireplaces, and beautiful hardwood floors throughout. The lower level features a spacious family room with wet bar, second kitchen and second laundry, full bath and separate front and rear entrances -- ideal for older teens or guests! Many windows are thermopane fold-in for easy self-cleaning. New electrical and plumbing upgrades have been added, including an expanded 2"" copper water main to the street. This fabulous Gold Coast home is located just steps to the lakefront and on one of the city's most beautiful tree-lined streets!

58, Elm St, Chicago, Illinois, United States
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