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Lincoln Square greystone transformed with sleek modern interior asks $1.7M

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Studio Dwell completely redesigned the home, built in 1898

Photos courtesy of Kristi Gunter, Re/max Properties

From the street, this greystone looks like many others in Lincoln Square: a beautiful yard, rustic carved blocks, and a few neoclassical details. However, step inside and the designers at Studio Dwell have completely changed the interior into a glossy, high-end home. It’s listed for $1,795,000.

The 5,000-square-foot rehab and addition features grey and white tones, wide plank oak floors, a Miele kitchen, a double-sided butler pantry, a mudroom with cubbies, a wine cellar, and a grassy backyard with a roof deck over a three-car garage. The kitchen overlooks a large living room with an 8-foot tall La Cantina bi-fold door that opens to a side deck—perfect for summer. Don’t worry though, there’s a wood burning fireplace with a gas starter so you can cozy up in winter too.

The home comes with six bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. The lower level has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a rec room. The other bedrooms are spacious but the master suite is truly the star here. It’s dreamy—long dark drapes, a sparkling light fixture, a huge bathroom with large windows and heated floors, and a walk-in closet with built-in dressers.