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Geometric, modern home with elegant pool asks $3.5 million in Bucktown

The award-winning house was designed by Nicholas Clark

Photos by Tony FioRito of Fio Creative, courtesy of listing agent Ryan Preuett

Bucktown is known for its historic workers cottages, but this modern stunner listed in the neighborhood earlier this month. The home is designed by architect Nicholas Clark and sits on a double lot near the 606 Trail.

The six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom home was built in 2009. It comes with an open kitchen outfitted with Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, a family room with a 48-inch Isokern Magnum wood-burning fireplace, and a spa-like master bathroom river rock wall.

The three-story home has an impressive two-story glass atrium that overlooks the courtyard, pool, and hot tub. The lower level features a theater, walk-in wine cellar, and a 300 gallon fish tank.

A new rooftop deck above the three-car garage boasts Italian porcelain tile, a stylish fire pit, a grill and smoker, and refrigerator. Plus, industrial heaters so you can enjoy the space even on a chilly night.

The home is located at 1744 Cortland Avenue and listed for $3,500,000.

The dining space and formal living room features a fireplace, piano, and contemporary art.
Another cozy living space with blue velvet couches overlooks the pool area.
The concrete pool is framed by the home’s two-story glass atrium.
An enormous tub and shower in the master suite.
The lounge area sits above the three-car garage.