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Lincoln Park mansion with large outdoor courtyard takes $1.4M price chop

This sprawling single family home and its secluded garden is back with a new, lower asking price

Coldwell Banker Residential

After listing for an eye-watering $9.2 million last year, an 11,000-square-foot mansion in Chicago’s Lincoln Park is back with a serious price reduction. Designed by architect Howard Holtzman in 1992, the property occupies three standard city lots and includes eight bedrooms, eight and a half bathrooms, a home gym, spa, home theater, billiards room, rooftop deck, and a magazine-worthy landscaped courtyard with a fountain.

When the home first listed in October at $9.2 million it represented the fifth most expensive existing single family home for sale in Chicago. Following a $1.4 million price chop down to “just” $7.8 million, the upscale home at 1939 N. Howe has slipped to the eighth spot on that illustrious list.