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Charming vaulted duplex in Edgewater’s historic Manor House lists for under $400K

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This castle-like home has a spiral staircase and 14-foot beams, too.

A view of the exterior with brick. Vines are covering the castle-like exterior. Photots by Chicago Home Photos (CHP)

Edgewater’s Manor House is a dreamy, castle-like complex designed in 1908 by architect John Edmund Oldaker Pridmore. The Tudor Revival style landmark is divided into two wings with highly detailed brick and terra cotta ornamentation. Not to mention, there’s lovely landscaping and a fountain with a stone statue.

This sprawling three-bedroom, two-bedroom unit comes with vaulted ceilings, 14-foot beams, a spiral staircase, and leaded glass windows. The listing description boasts that this home is an entertainer’s dream—the grand parlor fit for large dinner parties or game day festivities (but isn’t that all what we’re dreaming of?).

The master bedroom is on the upper floor, so it’s really quiet, with a renovated bathroom. The owners have also recently installed a new furnace, air conditioner, and kitchen appliances. It’s possible to lease two garage spaces next door, but this duplex is also very close to the Red Line and express bus routes.

Love this unit? 1031 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue, Unit 3B is listed for $399,900 with Scott Curcio of Baird and Warner.

The grand parlor living space has a vaulted ceiling with wood beams and room for a massive dining table.
The kitchen features new appliances, black countertops, and blonde wood cabinets.
The bedroom has a large bay window, a floor mirror, and a bench in front of the bed.
A close up view of the bed with a view of the spiral staircase in the mirror.