It's not often we come across a home that sells above its original asking price. Well, that's precisely what happened to this 5/3.5 Italianate in Lincoln Park. Once home to Chicago gangster Jacob (Mont) Tennes, we were there to extoll its many virtues when it hit the market at $2.75M. Flash forward three months, and it managed to sell for $3.05M. These interiors are definitely worth a revisit. The home's grand foyer gets thing started with rich woodwork and leaded glass. Another interesting find: a year-round greenhouse kitchen. The new owners will also enjoy a finished basement, crown moldings, rec room, three fireplaces, skylights, and a coach house. And the backyard does it right with an outdoor terrace.
·Listing: 632 W Belden [Conlon: A Real Estate Company]
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