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125-Year-Old Greystone Brings Olde Tyme Spoils To Market

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This monster Greystone in "unbeatable" East Lincoln Park is a very pricey property by the standards of most other neighborhoods. The 5/3 home has 5,500 square feet of living space filled with original details: carved staircases, stained glass, five fireplaces w/ antique mantels (including one in the kitchen), pocket doors, and shutters. Room sizes are large across the board and include library, third floor rec room (basement remains unfinished), and master bed w/ marble jacuzzi. And what's that tucked beneath the stairs? An antique bar probably first imagined as a cloakroom. Parquet floors span most of the first and second floors, but someone took a big departure with the third floor— into the uncharted territory of pink carpeting and rubberized turquoise flooring. Briefly on the market six years ago, the house is back with an ask of $3.395M.
·Listing: 2320 N Cleveland Ave. [Jameson Sotheby's]