Less than three months after hitting the market, the price is already dropping on architect Larry Booth's lovely and dramatic House of Light in Old Town Triangle. The facade has a classic look, but inside, the home decidedly modern, and dominated by bold horizontal lines. The 4,900-square-foot home is centered around a big three-story opening with a skylight that floods the interior with light. The house was built in 1983, and it came back on the market in April for $3.2 Million. It's now priced at $2.95 million.
· Stunning 'House of Light' Hits the Market for $3.2 Million [Curbed Chicago]
· Listing: 1828 N. Orleans St. [Baird & Warner]