Looking like something straight out of the Old World, this huge 8,000 square foot unit in a vintage Lincoln Park building designed by famed architect Howard Van Doren Shaw has hit the market at a hefty $10.75 million, making it the fifth most expensive residential property in Chicago. The unit takes up the entire 10th floor of 2450 North Lakeview Avenue, and features an old money look to it with its polished mahogany sitting room, stone columns and silk wallpaper. The master bathroom looks like something Marie Antoinette would have used, and the home's library sports rows of mahogany bookshelves. The unit faces and the North Pond Nature Sanctuary in Lincoln Park and includes a one car garage in its asking price.
·2450 North LAKEVIEW Avenue Unit 10, Chicago, IL [Estately]
·Buy the 10th Floor of a Historic Chicago Building For $11M [Curbed National]