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5 homes for sale in Chicago with fireplaces for every style

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See midcentury modern, luxury, and one-of-a-kind mantels

A West Town home’s statement fireplace in a colorful open living.
Photo by VHT Studio, courtesy of Compass

We’ve just been through a record-breaking deep freeze, and while that’s not ideal you don’t have to leave Chicago to feel the heat again. We’ve rounded up five cozy homes with fireplaces that speak to every kind of style.

These homes feature luxe, wild, cozy, and classic fireplaces. Of course, those million dollar mansions have beautiful mantels, but we found a perfect midcentury modern fireplace in a home that’s just $130,000 too.

No decorative fireplaces here—everything is either gas or wood burning. We’ve got to stay toasty right? If your dream home has a fireplace, find some inspiration below.

Lakeview

Photos courtesy of listing agent Hayley Westoff, @properties

First up is a beautiful gut rehab in Lakeview that isn’t even on the market yet. The charming home, which will be listed at $1,325,000 by the end of February, has a true city fireplace. The mantel is made of vintage Chicago bricks placed in a beautiful herringbone pattern.

West Town

Photos by VHT Studio, courtesy of Compass

First up is this funky, colorful loft space has a dramatic fireplace that fits the eclectic vibes. Normally we wouldn’t look twice at a tile-covered mantel, but it works here. This West Town home listed for $600,000 has already found a buyer, which is no surprise as the light-filled layout is one-of-a-kind.

Edgebrook

Photos by VHT Studios, courtesy of listing agent Nicole Flores, Baird & Warner

Over in suburban Edgebrook, this unique home with wirey metal sculptures, lots of marble and a grand, stone fireplace. The seriously massive, raw-cut mantel overtakes an entire corner of the open living room. It’s listed for $659,000.

Washington Heights

Photos courtesy of listing agent Vadie Reese, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

This 1952 split-level home has a gorgeous midcentury modern style mantel. The wood burning fireplace is accented with a glass and bronze-colored enclosure. Take this Washington Heights home off the market for $130,000.

Roscoe Village

Photos courtesy Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff

The grand finale: three fireplaces in one place. This $1,149,500 penthouse duplex in Roscoe Village features two fireplace mantels set against coffered wall panels in the living room and family room on the main level. The rooftop deck has a grill, bar top seating, a tv hookup, a concrete fire pit underneath a pergola, and panoramic views.

Poll

Which fireplace is your style?

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  • 21%
    Lakeview
    (82 votes)
  • 22%
    West Town
    (89 votes)
  • 10%
    Edgebrook
    (41 votes)
  • 11%
    Washington Heights
    (46 votes)
  • 33%
    Roscoe Village
    (132 votes)
390 votes total Vote Now