Historic c.1929 Winnetka, IL Manor on 1.25 Reduced to $4.7M
919 Hill Road, Winnetka, Illinois, United States, 60093
A historic Art Deco manor majestically set on a manicured 1.25 acre property with towering trees, enchanting gardens and an expansive front lawn in Winnetka, Illinois has been reduced to $4,700,000. ChicagoMag reported that it was once owned by Joseph E. Magnus, president of Chicago’s Puritan Malt Extract Company, and last sold in 2009 for $6,200,000. The sprawling home spans 12,000 square feet with 6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms, was built c.1929 and renovated and redesigned by Tigerman McCurry Architects over a 16 year period. Changes included the addition of staff quarters, a garage wing and an enlarged entry. Tigerman McCurry Architects note that the central staircase was redesigned and the upper foyer was created from a former bedroom. The resulting masterpiece has been featured in Architectural Digest as well as many other architectural publications. Noteworthy features include a large timeless kitchen, custom millwork, custom leaded windows, large formal entertaining rooms, a balustraded limestone terrace and reflecting pool and fountain. The home is on the market for $4,700,000
$4,995,000 $5,500,000 with Coldwell Banker.