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For $1.3 million, a Ravenswood Manor rehab with expansive backyard and built-in fire pit

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The five bedroom home was built in 1916 and resides in one of the city’s historic neighborhoods.

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In Ravenswood Manor, a full gut rehab of a home originally built in 1916 is asking over a million.

The five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home sits on a street with grassy parkways and large front yards. It comes with luxe features like tech-controlled lighting, an intercom system for the whole house, built-in speakers, heated floors, and a steam shower in the master bathroom.

The main floor has an open layout between the kitchen and living room. There’s a seperate dining room and a sun room at the front of the house. The second floor hold four bedrooms and an office while the top floor is decked out as a playroom. Down in the basement there’s a full mahogany bar, wine cellar, and pool table.

A home like this would be incomplete without a stunning outdoor space. And, that’s what you’ll find here. French doors lead out to a large deck and backyard. Underneath a pergola with string lights, there’s a brick-paved patio with a built-in fireplace and faux green ivy.

2929 W. Leland Avenue is listed for $1,295,000 with Elizabeth Lothamer of @properties.