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Lakeview duplex with atrium library asks $900K

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A skylight brings natural light to every level

846 West Aldine Avenue
Photos by Charlie Schumacher, courtesy of listing agent Joshua Weinberg and Tommy Choi, Keller Williams Chicago-Lincoln Park

Located just a few blocks away from the Belmont L station and Lincoln Park, this upper duplex has been recently upgraded and has a spacious rooftop deck.

Featuring four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms the property comes with skylights, coffered ceilings, built-in bookcases, and lots of outdoor space. The skylight and second floor atrium lets natural light to flow to two levels of the house. Right now, the atrium is outfitted with shelves, but with those removed, it could also be a perfect place for a mini art gallery.

There are two balconies, one is off the master bedroom, and a wooden rooftop deck. The roof has ample seating, space for grilling, and downtown skyline views.

The North Side home at 846 W. Aldine asks $900,000.

In the living room, there’s a fireplace and a small leaded glass window detail.
The library atrium has rows of bookshelves and a great reading nook a few steps away.
The kitchen is closed off, but wide enough where it doesn’t feel like a galley.
One of the bedrooms has access to a small balcony.
The rooftop deck has bench seating and lots of places to gather.