A 7,400-square-foot Lincoln Park mansion has once again slashed its asking price in hopes of finding a buyer. The home—which is essentially a 2012 construction that utilizes the masonry shell of older 1870’s Italianate structure—features six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a rooftop deck, and a large side yard.
The LEED-certified residence is also full of modern technology such as a geothermal HVAC system, a solar-powered indoor lap pool, and an elevator making a stop at all six levels. While all of the state-of-the-art bells and whistles are certainly nice to have, perhaps the real value of the home comes from the authenticity of the historic facade.
The unique Cleveland Avenue property previously listed for $6.295 million in May of 2016 before taking a $300K price chop this March. It reappeared today and is currently seeking $5.395 million. If all else fails, the owner could always sell-off the side yard separately.
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