A large, fully renovated mansion in east Lincoln Park is back on the market following a substantial mark-down. Previously priced just shy of the $7 million mark, the five-bedroom home returned over the weekend with a new asking price of $4.5 million—representing a drop of nearly $2.5 million. Originally built in 1910, the home’s unmolested old-school facade conceals an extensively rehabbed interior overseen by architect David Raino Ogden.
Upgrades include radiant heated floors, a designer open-plan kitchen with an eye-catching tile floor, a wood-paneled home office, an elevator, and a sprawling fully-finished lower level with family playroom and stand-alone kitchenette. Situated on a 50 x 175-foot double lot, the property is also big on outdoor space thanks to a large yard, rear patio, and rooftop terrace.
- 623 West Arlington Place, Chicago IL [Estately]
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