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Three-Bed In DeGolyer Co-op Once Home To Mies Asks $799K

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This stunning boutique co-op in Streeterville really piqued our interest, so we opted to do a little digging. Turns out it has one heck of an architectural legacy. Not only was the building designed by one of our faves, Robert S. DeGolyer, but famed modernist architect Mies van der Rohe lived here for 28 years until his death in 1969. Residing within is a 3/3 coop that's been sitting on the market for since March with nary a price chop. Its elegant living room, which overlooks Lake Shore Park, is adorned with handsome moldings and ornate chandeliers. The Christopher Peacock-designed kitchen is good for a butler's pantry and SS-apps. The 2,100-square foot digs are rounded out by juliet balconies, hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, office/guest room, and a library. The ask? $799K.
·Listing: 200 E Pearson St, Unit 2W [Baird & Warner]
·200 E Pearson [designslinger]