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North Center home with conservatory, indoor pool asks $2.2M

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This is the perfect home for a plant lover

Photos by VHT Studios, courtesy of Erik Sachs, Tim McLoughlin, and Gia Devenyi with @properties

There are plenty of homes that cost a million or two in Chicago’s North Center neighborhood. However, not many of them have a conservatory and indoor, current-simulating pool.

The owners of this five bedroom, four and a half bath home have a clear love for their greenery. Going above and beyond a fiddle leaf fig tree in a lonely corner, they constructed a conservatory which opens up into the landscaped backyard. The skylights and huge windows fill the room with beautiful light, surely making its leafy green residents happy.

The conservatory and mudroom are connected to the property’s three car garage. Which happens to have a rooftop garden and pergola sheltered lounge area.

The pristine master bathroom is also another noteworthy room with double doors, double vanities, a massive shower and a hefty-size tub graced with a skylight overhead. Is this not the perfect way to cleanse after an Endless Pool workout on the lower level?

This listing, which just went up a few days ago, asks $2,295,000.