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Landmark c.1893 Evanston, IL Mansion with Dramatic Central Conservatory Lists for $1.89M (PHOTOS)

Landmark c.1893 Evanston, IL Mansion with Dramatic Central Conservatory Lists for $1.89M (PHOTOS)

Landmark c.1893 Evanston, IL Mansion with Dramatic Central Conservatory Lists for $1.89M (PHOTOS)
June 06
17:31 2018

Landmark c.1893 Evanston, IL Mansion with Dramatic Central Conservatory Lists for $1.89M

200 Burnham Place, Evanston, Illinois, United States, 60202

An architectural landmark in Evanston, Illinois has hit the market for $1,899,000. With approximately 6,400 square feet of dramatic space with lovely updates, the c.1893 home includes 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a lovely DeGiulio cook’s kitchen and sits on a generous landscaped lot by Kettelkamp & Kettlekamp just steps from numerous beaches. It was built for William H. Harper and later remodelled by architect Hubert Burnham, son of legendary Chicago architect and urban designer, Daniel Burnham. Perhaps the most intriguing area of the home is the spectacular 20 foot tall great hall opening into a central conservatory with glass ceiling. The space also includes a massive fireplace from the Strozzi Palace in Florence. Much of the original architectural detail has been lovingly preserved including the grand staircase and fireplace mantels, while new state-of-the-art features including the gourmet kitchen and wine cellar will appeal to the modern family. All electrical, plumbing and mechanical has been updated in addition to a new roof. It’s on the market for $1,899,000 with Sally Mabadi

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