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See, the 80s weren't all bad. A lot of big things were afoot in private residential architecture, mainly having to do with big windows. And walled enclosures were all the rage too— handed down from our modernist friends. As a consequence of these tactics, this boxy yet strangely elegant Lincoln Park 3-bed really sings. The winning spaces are only as attractive as they are because of the two-story sloped glass facade and a smooth interface with the backyard patio and garden. The most sublime space is obviously the vaulted front solarium, followed by the living room with freestanding fireplace, and the large new kitchen. Flooring is a mix of hardwood, marble, and carpet. There's also a front courtyard, made habitable by its leafy cover. On the market for the first time in 11 years, the initial asking price is $1.099M.
·Listing: 1827 N Larrabee St. [Curbed Marketplace]