A 1990s mashup of wood, stone, and brick with an assortment of perfect outdoor nooks has a buyer in Lincoln Park. The 6,000-square-foot home occupies a double-wide lot (60 x 125) on Lakewood near Schubert. It listed last October for $3.195M, showcasing its beguiling vaulted interiors and "Tuscan-inspired urban villa" state of mind, as the listing originally bellowed. Whatever the classification, the place is pretty unusual— enough to make converts of some who profess a Lincoln Park allergy. With brick as part of the exterior the interior focuses instead on exposed concrete, walls of it infiltrating the living spaces and kitchen. Douglas Fir beamed ceilings, large glass doors to patios and terraces, and skylights complete the design. The final closing price: $2.995M.
·Listing: 2628 N Lakewood Ave. [Prudential Rubloff]
·Lincoln Park 5-Bed, 'Far From Cookie Cutter', Lists for $3.2M [Curbed Chicago]