Here's your chance to own a piece of Chicago architectural history, in the form of a gargantuan 15,000 square foot Italian Rennaissance/Arts & Crafts-esque mansion in the heart of Lincoln Park. The Theurer-Wrigley House, or Wrigley Mansion designed by architect Richard Schmidt, has reentered the market this week after a two year hiatus. The ginormous home was built in 1896 for Schoenhofen Brewing Company owner Joseph Theurer, but was later owned and occupied by the city's famed Wrigley family. Despite having recently been the center of a foreclosure suit, the home has been well preserved over the decades and appears to be in excellent condition. The home sports heaps of intricate millwork, ornate fixtures, a large ballroom, a five car garage and a coach house. This historic nine bedroom, seven and a half bathroom mansion can be had for $8.695 million.