Eight-Lot Lincoln Park Mansion is Chicago’s Most Expensive for $45M
$45,000,000 | Built 2010 | 25,000 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 7.5+ Baths | 0.61 Acres
1932 N Burling Street, Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60514
A 25,000 square foot masterpiece set on Lincoln Park’s finest street has been reduced to $45 million. It had previously been on the market for $50 million. The palatial residence sits on a massive property measuring 117 feet x 149 feet, totalling more than eight city lots. It was designed by architect Thomas Bebby and built for Richard Parrillo and his wife, Michaela, nearly a decade ago after purchasing the building lot for $12.5 million. The Chicago Tribune reported that the couple spent $65 million building and finishing the grandiose home. Every step has been taken to provide complete privacy and tranquility, including manicured grounds, fountains, a reflecting pool and a hand-forged antique garden pavilion. Grand in every way, but not overwhelming, the design is perfect for large scale entertaining as well as intimate everyday living. There are six bedrooms and eleven bathrooms. It is on the market for $45 million with Matt Leutheuser of Sotheby’s International Realty.