The massive mansion at 1955 N. Burling Street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood has scored a contract, again. The house made a big splash in the Chicago real estate market a year and a half ago when it listed for $18.75 million, a price that made this mansion the city's priciest single family home at the time. After a year on the market, the house finally found a buyer and the listing status was changed to contingent in July, but the deal fell through and the estate relisted in September. To help lure a buyer, the estate's listing price dropped down to $16.9 million just a few weeks after relisting. However, just days before the new year rings in, a buyer has stepped up to the plate and the mansion's owner has accepted the offer. The deal could still fall through, as it's still far from complete, but the house that was once the priciest in Chicago may finally have found a new owner.
·1955 N Burling Street, Chicago IL, 60614 [Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices]
·Has the Most Expensive Listing in Illinois Finally Found a Buyer? [Curbed Chicago]
·At $18.75M, Chicago's Priciest Home Officially Hits The MLS [Curbed Chicago]