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Massive Lincoln Park home with interior courtyard finally sells for $7.2M

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The home’s classic 1901 masonry facade cleverly conceals its contemporary interior

Images via Jameson Sotheby's Intl. Realty

After two years on the market, a 9,200-square-foot Lincoln Park home featuring modern decor and lush landscaped oasis tucked behind a handsome 1901 brick facade has found a buyer. Located steps from Oz Park and directly across the street from the Webster Square condo development, the property received a 2012 renovation overseen by Vinci-Hamp Architects and went on to be featured in Architectural Digest, claims the listing notes provided by Jameson Sotheby's International Realty.

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home first listed in early 2015 asking $9.25 million before reducing its price the following year to $8.5 million. Though roughly 22% lower than its initial ask, yesterday’s closing price of $7,200,000 represents the priciest Chicago area transaction of 2017 and would have slotted into eighth place among 2016 sales, reports Dennis Rodkin of Crain’s.