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Rainbow-colored Lincoln Park home asks $1.9M

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Vintage details, pops of color, and painted wallpaper

The pink living room with dainty, whimsical figurines on the two gold shelves.
Photos by Jim Tschetter, courtesy of Compass listing agent Lindsay Everest

There’s no boring beige here—every room boasts bright colors on the walls, furniture, or shelves. This brick two-flat sits on a quiet one-way street less than a block away from Lincoln Park, the zoo, conservatory, and lakefront and has been on the market for just 8 days.

The gated front entrance to the brick two-flat.

The Lilly Pulitzer-esque interior covers the rainbow: pink, mint, orange, light blue, kelly green and more. It comes with four bedrooms and three and a half baths, a separate dining room with decorated with an antique mirror, and a cozy TV room with a fireplace and built-in staircase bookshelf.

Upstairs, the lovely master bedroom has a fireplace in front of the bed, a dressing room outfitted with a small couch, and a double marble vanity. Aside from the front yard, there’s a generous rooftop deck that sits above the garage featuring a pergola, custom planters, and a hanging bench swing.

There’s some eye-catching wallpaper in the dining room—it’s painted de Gourney-style by Patrick Roullier. The half bath is pretty spectacular as well with white and hot pink vine-patterned wallpaper.

It’s asking $1,899,900.

The dining room with scenic wallpaper and an antique mirror.
A kids bedroom with geometric mirrors and bold colors.
A cozy movie room with a fireplace and staircase bookshelf.
A wild half bathroom.
The orange kitchen has a marble backsplash and dining nook.
The deck sits on top of the garage.