The two-bedroom residence occupies the entire second floor of the distinctive Dearborn Parkway structure.
The landmark property was designed by notable architect William E. Drummond in 1913.
A closer look at the neighborhood’s most notorious address.
The 1902 mansion has a cave-themed bar in the basement.
Three decades after the John Hughes movie, the home is still an attraction.
The State Parkway residence was rented by former Chicago Bulls star Dwyane Wade in 2016.
This Lincoln Park mansion comes with a walled garden and driveway gravel imported from France.
The John S. Van Bergen design has relocated in 2014 to avoid demolition.
The historic craftsman served as the piano teacher’s home in the 1993 Hollywood film.
The Cobb & Frost-designed landmark is once again Chicago’s second priciest listing.
The historic Park Manor two-flat was listed for $110K but sold for $226K.
The Highland Park compound is a daring mix of cylinders, rectangles, and wedges.
The historic 1874 home predates the neighborhood’s annexation by the city of Chicago.
All you have to do is cough up $3 million to restore the dilapidated modernist icon
The bright duplex unit melds traditional and contemporary elements.
Originally built in 1892, the heavily renovated residence was quick to go under contract.
For the first time, visitors can experience the property’s wintertime landscape through the modernist home’s glass walls.
After two years and no takers, Chicago’s most expensive home is no longer for sale.
The sprawling 19th century home is Chicago’s second priciest listing.
Designed by Andrew Rebori and later reconfigured by Bertrand Goldberg, the historic property last sold in 2006.
Designed by a Mies van der Rohe disciple Harry "Deever" Rockwell, the minimalist home is surprisingly practical.
The waterfront property first listed for $16.45 million.
The newly reduced 1893 greystone has some great details but will still need some work.
The famous 1896 home changed hands at a heavily discounted price.
The 1891 home and half-acre yard was purchased by the neighboring Latin School of Chicago.
The home is influenced by the Prairie School architectural movement but still retains some of its Victorian charms.
The 19th century Romanesque home is in need of some renovations ....and possibly an exorcist.
The famed Claude Seymour House is back to reclaim the title of Uptown’s priciest listing.
The Gold Coast museum and neighboring mansion are available as a bundled pair.
The 1895 South Side property features seven bedrooms plus a detached two-bedroom coach house.
The historic home has been on and off the market multiple times in the last two years
A demolition permit was issued this week for the two-story frame house which appeared in the classic TV series
The historic and slow-to-sell mansion has seen its price widely fluctuate for the better part of a decade.