A large 11,000-square-foot Lincoln Park mansion built in 1992 has entered the market with an equally large asking price of $9.2 million. Last week, the Tribune’s Bob Goldsborough hinted that the home would list this week, and indeed it did hit the MLS this morning. The home, which stands on three lots, was designed by Howard Holtzman and features eight bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, a home gym, spa, home theater, a rooftop deck, and billiards room. In addition, the home features an outdoor courtyard space which the home wraps around. According to Goldsborough, the seller has been in the home since 1996 and is looking to downsize. At $9.2 million, the home is currently the fifth most expensive single family home for sale in Chicago.
- Three-lot Lincoln Park mansion headed to market for $9.2 million [Chicago Tribune]
- 1939 N Howe Street Chicago, IL 60614 [Redfin]