Located in Chicago’s tony Gold Coast neighborhood, this handsome two-level co-operative spans 3,900 square feet on the 12th and 13th floor of the 15-story tower at 1320 N. State Parkway, completed in 1926 by architect Robert S. DeGolyer with Spanish Colonial Revival exterior embellishments.
Inside, the four-bedroom unit boasts designer finishes and decor complemented by an extensive art and antique collection that appears straight out of the pages of a magazine. Standout features include a soaring two-story living room with a marble fireplace below a lofted sitting room, a wood-paneled library, a formal dining space, and a roomy eat-in kitchen with a central island and additional built-in storage.
The glamorous Gold Coast residence is currently seeking $1.55 million—reduced from $1.75 million. Separate from price, however, are the not-so-insignificant monthly co-op fees of $6,153. The payments cover building assessments as well as the unit’s property tax payments.