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Historic c.1904 Queen Anne Revival Steps from Chicago’s Southport Corridor Sells for $1.8M (PHOTOS)

Historic c.1904 Queen Anne Revival Steps from Chicago’s Southport Corridor Sells for $1.8M (PHOTOS)

Historic c.1904 Queen Anne Revival Steps from Chicago’s Southport Corridor Sells for $1.8M (PHOTOS)
June 05
16:19 2019

Historic c.1904 Queen Anne Revival Steps from Chicago’s Southport Corridor Sells for $1.8M

3448 N Greenview Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60657

A wonderfully detailed Queen Anne Revival home just steps from Chicago’s Southport Corridor has sold for $1,837,500. The historic residence was built c.1904 and was on the market as much as $2,295,000 in May of 2018 and most recently for $1,990,000. The property was previously owned by Billy Corgan, former songwriter and lead singer of The Smashing Pumpkins, who purchased it in 1993 for $455,000 before selling in 2001 for $1,000,000 to Rick and Mary Ann Lillie.  The couple spent three years restoring, renovating and extending the home. Set on a beautifully landscaped double lot steps from Southport Corridor, this ornate Queen Anne Revival offers the perfect blend of magnificent architectural detail and modern renovation. There is 5,700 square feet of living space with gracious public rooms with ten-foot ceilings, seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, ample storage and a finished lower level with large recreation room, mudroom and workroom. It was on the market for $1,990,000 with Engel & Völkers Chicago





















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