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1932 N Burling Street Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois, 60614 United States

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Masterpiece in Lincoln Park
  • $50,000,000 AMERICAN DOLLAR

Details for 1932 N Burling Street

Beds
6
Full Baths
7
Partial Baths
4
Sq Ft.
25,000
PRICE / SQ. FT.
$2,000
 
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About : 1932 N Burling Street, Chicago, Illinois

Unprecedented urban estate. 25,000 square foot masterpiece on Lincoln Park's finest street. Sited on an enormous 177' x 149' parcel totaling more than eight city lots, every step has been taken to provide complete privacy and tranquility. manicured grounds with multiple fountains, reflecting pool, and hand-forged antique garden pavilion transport you to another world. Absolutely no expense was spared inside or out throughout this sun-filled mansion. Grand in every way, but not overwhelming, the design is perfect for large scale entertaining as well as intimate everyday living. This home is nothing short of magnificent at every turn -- truly a one in a lifetime opportunity that could never be replicated.

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Marketed By

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425 W North Avenue
Chicago, Illinois, United States   
­Tim Salm
+1 312.545.6753
+1 312.929.1564
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Property ID:
CF7PGF
MLS ID:
09401800

Amenities

  • Deck
  • Walk-in Closets
  • Gardens
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Steam Room
  • Terrace / Outdoor Space
  • Wine Cellar / Grotto
  • Marble Flooring
  • 4+ Fireplaces
  • Steam Shower
  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • Wet Bar
  • Radiant Floor Heating
  • Cathedral Ceilings
  • Scenic View
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About this area

Often considered the heart of Chicago's north side, Lincoln Park is one of the city's most popular neighborhoods from both residential and commercial real estate standpoints. Lincoln Park itself is the neighborhood's most defining landmark. A vast 1,200 acre park bordering on Lake Michigan, Lincoln Park is a haven not only for neighborhood residents, but for all Chicagoans. A wonderland of green lawns, sunny beaches, athletic fields, walking and running paths, tennis courts, a golf course and boat docks, the park is also home to the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, the newly renovated Chicago History Museum and, of course, the world-famous Lincoln Park Zoo. Stretching west from the park are superb residential and commercial areas, offering a wealth of housing choices ranging from Victorian greystones, coach houses, brick and frame single-family residences, beautiful vintage rowhouses and numerous townhouse developments. A haven for renovation, Lincoln Park residents have created singular condominiums from structures including schools, churches, warehouses, stores and factories. Lincoln Park also offers world-class dining, shopping and entertainment that attract visitors from all around the globe.

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