Never mind the listing's misapplication of 'Brownstone', this Andrew Rebori-designed 1922 multi-family has plenty of razzle-dazzle behind its staid brick facade. An asking price of $3.3M gets a buyer one 3,200-square-foot owner's duplex complete with Rebori's trademark double-height great room w/ balconies and a "walk-in, baronial" fireplace. Cute. The space also benefits from a 19' wall of windows. The owner's space has four bedrooms, a music room, walnut-panelled dining room, library, herringbone floors, and a renovated kitchen. Two rental units fill the third and fourth floors, adding six bedrooms and a few baths to the mix. Keep 'em for income or craft yourself a serious mansion.
·Listing: 42 E Elm St. [Baird & Warner]
·Andrew Rebori Coverage [Curbed Chicago]