This next listing in Lincoln Park had us doing a double-take mainly because we're not used to seeing architecture like this 'round these parts. As it turns out, it's only one of two or so Spanish Colonials in the entire nabe. This isn't the first time the 4-bed home has been listed for sale. And if a price reduction ain't in the works, it probably won't be the last. Since debuting at $1.1M, she's cycled on and off the market, returning each time without the slightest reduction. Out front, you've got a nice porch favored by three pairs of glass paneled doors. On the inside, there's wood, wood, and a whole lot more wood. For starters, the place boasts wooden beam ceilings, extra-wide plank hardwood floors, and walnut-stained woodwork. We also came across tons of custom iron work and a chef's kitchen complete with Amish cabinetry, SS-apps, and stone counters. These 4,600-square foot digs can also claim a finished lower level, porcelain floors, two fireplaces, wetbar, and a butler's pantry.
·Spanish Colonial home is new again in Lincoln Park [Yo Chicago!]
·Listing: 2732 N Marshfield [Century 21 Affiliated]