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Butter Factory Gets Degreased, Goes To New Mexico, Returns As Eclectic Home

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"New Mexico meets Chicago!" So goes the brokerbabble's hook for this Edgewater Glen butter factory conversion. The home's facade and a bit of imagination can take you there. The rugged stone face, cast in dramatic front lighting, seems to have gotten the listing agent all worked up. The listing also pays tribute to the "thoughtful" and "one-of-a-kind" floor plan, involving a master suite w/ "true spa bath", large living room with a monumental fireplace (the sort Frank Lloyd Wright was so fond of), modern kitchen/dining room combo, second floor sun room, and a 1,500 square-foot tiered roof deck. Converted in 2007 and last sold for $915K in December 2011, the seller is reaching for $1.1M. For the "pickiest buyer", naturally.
·Listing: 1414 W Highland Ave. [Dream Town Realty]