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Lincoln Park townhouse with fully private backyard asks $1.1M

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A secluded home in the middle of the city

Photos by Redfin, courtesy of Zane Jacobs of Redfin

We all love those homes drenched in natural light with floor-to-ceiling windows. But how often do they overlook a busy street or directly into your neighbors kitchen? They end up with curtains forever pulled shut.

However, that’s not the case with this three-story Lincoln Park townhouse. It sits near a handful of other low-rise buildings, shares only one wall and has a giant two-story window. It looks out onto a a completely private patio enclosed by a vine-covered brick wall. No drapery, curtains or blinds needed here.

Featuring three beds and two and a half bathrooms 844 W. Wisconsin Street comes with a sunken landscaped patio, a garage, custom closets, stone bathrooms and a steam shower. The second floor, which still gets plenty of natural light, includes built-in bookshelves and a gas fireplace.

The asking price for this 2,427-square-foot home is $1,100,000.