This Lincoln Park mansion took some time off the market for a two-month summer vacation, but with Labor Day fast approaching, it's back to its price-choppin' ways. Over the weekend, the home returned to the market with the asking lowered price by more than $1 million. The home, now priced at $2.75 million, is now selling for less than half of its original list price ($6.25 million). Interestingly, some of the square footage appears to have been hacked off in the process; previous listings had it at 8,650 square feet, and it's now listed at 4,985.
· Listing: 2461 N. Geneva Ter. [Great Street Properties]
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