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Built in 1886, a Lincoln Park rehab with three cozy fireplaces asks $1.7 million

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There’s a private front yard, spiral staircase, and

A wooden dining room table with seats under a glass shade chandelier. There are a few steps up and the entryway in the distance.
The dining room of 634 W. Surf Street.
Photos by Positive Image, courtesy of Tony Giamberduca of Compass

Behind a brick wall and double black door on Surf Street is a stately 5,400-square-foot brick home. It features a modern black and white rehab, but not without certain rustic charms like exposed Chicago-style brick and timber beams.

There are five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and two half bathrooms connected by a swirling, spiral staircase. The kitchen is contemporary with white minimalist cabinetry and a waterfall edge island right in the middle. The remodel of the 133-year-old home was designed by Tony Giamberduca, who is also selling the property.

There’s a brick fireplace in the living room near the entrance and on the lower level—both traditional with slightly modern silhouettes. The third fireplace? It’ll keep you toasty in the master bedroom. It has an unusual, rounded edge that adds character to the space.

The master bedroom also has high ceilings, black wooden beams, and a private balcony. The custom bathroom comes with wide porcelain tiles, a large soaking tub, and a spacious rain shower.

New owners will get to choose layouts for custom closets and hardware for the kitchen. Still interested? 634 W. Surf Street is listed for $1,690,000.

There are two black couches and a fireplace. There’s a door with an glass window.
The entryway with a fireplace and living room.
A kitchen with white cabinets, an island with four stools, and a staircase in the distance.
A spacious kitchen with a timber ceiling.
A curved brick fireplace, a bed, a window, and a balcony.
Stay toasty in the master bedroom.
There is a glass shower, a dual vanity, a soaking tub, and a window.
A bathroom with black porcelain tile and floating mirrors.
A view off a balcony onto a neighborhood street with trees.
The view from the master bedroom’s private balcony.