Buried on the market for well over two years, we were pleased to unearth this English manor home in South Shore. The 6/5 near-manse dates back to 1931 and is nestled in the Jackson Park Highlands, a charming historic district just blocks from Jackson Park. At $1.5M, it's the second most expensive home on the market in South Shore. The brokerbabble doesn't overreach when it says we'll be "impressed the moment we enter." And with all that vintage charm, how could we not be? You've got a mahogany staircase, richly-textured library, and a marble and granite-floored solarium leading out to the home's "park-like" grounds. Set on a 1/3-acre lot, the 7,000-square foot home also delivers hardwood floors, juliette balconies, and cathedral ceilings. Any takers?
·Listing: 6909 S Cregier Ave. [Koenig & Strey Real Living]