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Art-filled Lincoln Park home with soaring ceiling in dining room asks $1.7M

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This contemporary home was meant for entertaining

Photos by Positive Image, courtesy of Compass listing agent Melanie Giglio-Vakos

Do your daydreams involve hosting elaborate dinner parties? Well, take a moment to indulge in this modern home which has a dramatic dining space that features 22-foot ceilings.

In Lincoln Park, this corner lot home built in 1990 has a humble grey exterior. The contemporary home has an eclectic style: vintage leaded-glass windows, colorful unframed paintings, a chrome coffee table, and intricately painted ceramic vases.

The property comes with 4 bedrooms, 3-and-a-half bathrooms, enormous windows, maple flooring, a rooftop lounge above the garage, modern open staircases and a catwalk. The kitchen was gutted, then redone with white and glass cabinetry, and new appliances in 2010. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a fireplace, a wall of closets, and a bathroom with Carrera marble.

What steals the show though is the dining room with a double-height ceiling. On one side, there’s a grey, textured accent wall with narrow two-story windows framing either side. A 12-seat glass table fills the space which is between the kitchen and the art-filled living room.

Located at 2634 North Seminary Avenue, it’s listed for $1,699,000.

The two-story home has expansive corner windows to bring in the most natural light.
Light shines through the dining room’s 22-foot tall windows.
The kitchen was gutted a few years ago and the owners installed industrial-grade appliances.
The master bathroom features a large tub and Carrera marble.
The rooftop space with a lounge area.