A commanding Victorian in is on the market for close to $2 million, wraparound porch and turret included.
Listed for $1.83 million, the elegantly popped specimen sits on a hidden cul-de-sac in Uptown.
It looks like a Lincoln Park shop. It’s actually a $2.25 million contemporary home.
The 5,500-square-foot condo sits on the 31st level of the Palmolive Building.
The St. Charles property includes 4,400 square feet of living space on two acres — plus a built-in food source.
The Lake Forest estate at 800 North Sheridan evokes a castle in more ways than one.
Real estate activity is down and borrowing standards have tightened, but mortgage rates are at near-historic lows. Which means it’s a good time to buy if you know where to look. That’s where we come in.
The 10,000 square-foot residence was part of what a newspaper in 1915 called “an interesting ‘social community.’ ” Emphasis on “interesting.”
The lake’s clobbering of the shore has left waterfront home owners on edge — and put doubts in buyers’ minds.
These four reading groups do away with the boxed wine and awkward prompt questions.