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2309 N. Geneva Terrace, Chicago: $4,250,000 | Listed: March 12, 2021

This six-bedroom home has six full bathrooms, one half-bath, a 55-foot atrium, a wood-burning pizza oven and a 1,000-bottle wine cellar. This building was constructed in 1893 as an apartment complex, converted into a single-family home in 1990 and recently renovated. Stained glass that is original to the building is used in the primary bedroom and bath and the living and dining room windows. The kitchen is equipped with a 10-burner commercial range, new quartz counters and custom cabinets. The primary bedroom suite takes up an entire floor and includes a sitting area with an LED fireplace, two closets, a marble bathroom with a soaking tub, shower and double vanity and another room that can be used as an office or workout room. A large cedar closet, a new roof deck, and a 2½-car attached garage complete this home.

Agent: Chloe Ifergan of Jameson Sotheby’s International, 312-636-4994

*Some listing photos are “virtually staged,” meaning they have been digitally altered to represent different furnishing or decorating options.

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