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Lincoln Park 2550 condo with antique Tibetan doors lists for $3.2 million

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The building was designed by Chicago architect Lucien Lagrange

Photos courtesy of Sarah Ziehr, Redfin

A condo in a building designed by Chicago’s architect for the wealthy, Lucien Lagrange, has listed in Lincoln Park for $3,250,000 million. The property is full of multi-million dollar homes and is known for some of the priciest listings in the area.

The high-floor, 2,900-square-foot space at 2550 N. Lakeview Avenue comes with antique Tibetan sliding interior doors, hand-painted foyer walls, a private terrace with panoramic views plus one-of-a-kind decor from Anthony Michael Interior Design.

The smoke-colored glass fireplace dividing the living room is one feature that caught our eye. Along with bathroom outfitted in black and white floral wallpaper and a bright gold sink. The owner of the three en suite bedroom home is willing to negotiate selling the unit completely furnished too—save for a few light fixtures that are out of the question.

Aside from the condo, the building is quite glamorous as well. The backyard holds Lincoln Park’s lagoon, a historic wooden pergola and a 1.5-acre private park. There’s a 24-hour door staff, valet parking, indoor pool and spa, fitness center, library, dog run, movie theater and more.