This is the kind of home that gives you an inferiority complex: "Design elements sourced from Parisian vintage shops imbue home with Art Deco/Nouveau atmosphere," proclaims the brokerbabble. The sellers brought a "transformative design vision" to the 1924 structure, nailing a refined marriage of vintage and "state-of-the-art". At some point in the last decade, their renovation and expansion brought the living space to 6,370 square feet with five bedrooms, four-and-a-half baths, a huge conservatory, modern kitchen, and a double-height great room protruding off the back of the house. The property also spans a double lot with a side yard and a back yard with basketball court. Hence, an ask of $5.7M or $3.35M above the 2002 sale price. "LP has entered its Belle Epoque!" You could make that argument.
·Listing: 1828 N Cleveland Ave. [Koenig & Strey]