Chicago Homes You May Not Know About With Qualities You Would Never Expect

Let’s be honest—there are an abundance of beautiful homes scattered across the city of Chicago, so what makes the two we are about to tell you about unique? Well, these are a couple of gems you may not have heard of, with some unexpected luxury features that are sure to blow you away!

17 East Scott Street, Gold Coast

 

17 E. ScottPicture yourself in a gorgeous home—with a secret garden! Featured in Chicago Magazine, Trend Magazine and Curbed Chicago, this four bedroom home has some amazing features.

On the outside, the Victorian Greystone house looks classic and picturesque, but inside, it is actually as modern as you can get! With hardwood floors, a white stone and stainless steel kitchen, and beautiful brushed metal floating stairs, this house boasts interior contemporary nouveau architecture.

According to Estately.com, this award-winning, two-story, single family home has an interior that is open and airy with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a living room, dining room and family room and an incredible kitchen! And to add luxury to luxury, the large master suite on the second floor even features a convenient dressing room. Between the kitchen and the private fenced-in backyard, there is a beautiful wall of glass that allows for unobstructed views of the fairy tale garden surrounded by a sunny patio, a pond, mature trees and plantings.

Of course, this incredible property does not come cheap, and a buyer can expect to drop $2.4 million for it.

 

214 W Erie Street, River North

 

214 W. ErieThis stunning gem of Chicago history known as the Flair House not only used to host famous block parties, but it was also an integral part of the creation of the Chicago Marathon.

This beautiful house with a vine-covered brick exterior has been home to ad agency Flair Communications for several decades, but now it’s on the market being sold as a luxurious private residence. Originally built in 1883 by an Irish immigrant, this five-bedroom, four-bathroom house was completely locally sourced from other Chicago buildings.
The four story home was purchased by Flair Chief Lee Flaherty in the 1960’s, according to Curbed Chicago. Soon after it received a major overhaul that took years to complete. The extravagant, 7,000-square-foot residence features beautiful stained glass, a four-story spiral staircase, a giant bar, and a coy pond!

This magnificent home is all yours for a cool $3 million.

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Data last updated: 07/23/2017