Once a live/work space for artists, the 3,500-square-foot residence is full of bespoke tile work, wood carvings, and stained glass.
Located in the 19th century Chicago landmark, the updated three-bedroom unit offers all the conveniences of a new construction.
Designed by Howard Van Doren Shaw in 1916, the sprawling North Shore home features 25 rooms and grounds by landscape architect Jens Jensen.
The A. James Speyer-designed glass house in Highland Park is being restored for another generation.
The asking price of this playful and eclectic Highland Park mansion has tumbled more than $600,000 since 2015.
The historic colonial revival style home was built for the first director of the Art Institute of Chicago.
This large apartment is move-in ready and can be rented for $2,100 per month.
Built in 1909, the architecturally significant home has been searching for a buyer since March of 2015.
This spacious unit in Hefner’s former bunny pad has knocked a whopping $1.5 million off its asking price since 2015.
The Lake Forest location of Mr. T’s infamous ‘tree massacre’ has reentered the market.
Designed by E.E. Roberts, the handsome home possesses many Victorian characteristics but also takes cues from the Prairie School architectural movement.
The 21,000-square-foot—and reportedly haunted—lakefront mansion hit the market exactly 24 months ago seeking $9,450,000.
The 1895 Queen Anne home could serve as either an inn or private residence. It was featured in 1993 film as the fictitious Cherry Street Inn.
The Chicago landmarked home was designed by architects Rudolph Dahlgren and Oscar Lievendahl and completed in 1891 for the founder of healthcare giant Abbott Labs.
The once dilapidated home has been fully rehabbed
While real estate agents often toss around the term "historic" with reckless abandon, this lovely 19th-century Italianate in Old Irving Park is the real McCoy and even has a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.
The home is being flipped after receiving a few improvements
Providing guests a chance to enjoy live music, sip adult beverages, and snack on hors d’oeuvres while exploring a famoed icon of the Prairie School of architectural design, 'After Hours' is returning to Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House in October.
The massive 31,000-square-foot home has been polished and renamed
The house in north suburban Evanston played a starring role in the hit 1984 coming of age film Sixteen Candles where it was the home of Samantha Baker, a character played by ‘80s pop culture icon Molly Ringwald.
The Wrigley Mansion in Lincoln Park, of the great surviving mansions of Chicago’s gilded age, has just received its first price reduction since it listed in November 2014.
The Lincoln Park home that played a key role in the 1993 film The Fugitive has returned to the market once again.
The classic Victorian mansion that served as the bed and breakfast in the 1993 film Groundhog Day has returned to the market once again, and this time with a much lower asking price and dozens of new photos.
The massive Barrington mansion that was featured in the hit television series Empire has returned to the market with new photos and a price reduction.