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Grand Chicago Residence – $9,500,000

Grand Chicago Residence – $9,500,000

July 19
17:53 2010

This is the type of place that I could feel very comfortable living in – it’s elegant, updated, large and just the right amount of design statement without going over the top.  Offering over 13,000 Sq. Ft. with 8 Bedrooms and 9 Full, 2 Half Bath’s this is just like an Estate home but smack dab right in the city.  I don’t typically like City Living – however the Interiors of this home make up for it so it’s definitely a candidate for my top 10.  The Home Gym is one of the rooms that made a lasting appeal to me.  I love circular rooms, as well as dome ceilings – both these features give this room a very unique look and feel.  Other areas of the home which are noteworthy including the rooftop terrace with outstanding views, detailed Dining Hall and state of the art Gourmet Kitchen!  Such a beautiful home in the heart of Chicago!

Price: $9,500,000
Size: 13,500 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 8
Bathrooms: 9 Full, 2 Half
Speciality Items: Entire 2nd Floor Master Suite, Rooftop Terrace, Fully Renovated, Designed by Marvin Herman.
Address: 25 E Banks St., Chicago, Illinois, United States

Listing Details:
Extraordinary 13,500 square foot family friendly home just a short stroll to Lake Michigan, beach, Goudy Children’s Park, Lincoln Park, museums and Chicago’s famed Magnificent Mile! Perfect for formal entertaining in marvelous rooms, but lots of room for family fun, casual entertaining and everyday living! Entire 2nd floor Master Suite with family Bedrooms above. Fabulous rooftop Terrace!! Great Room/Media Room. Wine vault. Gym. 2 Bedroom staff quarters with separate entrance. Beautifully renovated and designed by Marvin Herman. Every room in this stunning home is a ‘living’ room!

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