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Wicker Park home with private keyed elevator asks $864K

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Norsman Architects designed the residence with a sliding glass wall

Photos by VHT Studios, courtesy of Larry Giddings @properties

Turn the corner on this quiet, tree-lined street and you’ll run into quite the statement home. This Wicker Park residence sets itself apart with an asymmetrically-framed entrance and mostly black exterior.

Chicago-based Norsman Architects are responsible for the newly constructed four-flat and have a few other notable projects around the city such as Caffe Streets and Maria’s Packaged Goods and Community Bar.

Featuring three beds and two and a half baths the full-floor unit comes with a private keyed elevator, wide plank white oak floors, a private master-bedroom terrace, a European bath and sauna, and a sliding glass wall in the living room.

The kitchen inside unit No. 2 at 1311 N. Wicker Park Avenue is equipped with sleek cabinetry and top-of-the-line Italian appliances. However, the bright orange Bertazzoni range steals the spotlight. It’s pretty and it’s got power—the designers proclaim it to be the Ferrari of oven ranges.

The asking price for the 2,000-square-foot space is $864,900.