The priciest listing to hit the MLS over the past week is a penthouse at the only condominium built in Lincoln Park in over 50 years. The home at 2550 North Lakeview is one of two condos on the list; the rest are single-family homes. Similar to last week, all of the properties are located in Lincoln Park and North Shore. Check out the list below:
Price and property details were found using Redfin.
2550 N Lakeview Ave, Unit S3802 | Lincoln Park | $6.75 million
Listed at $6.75 million, this 4,250-square-foot penthouse has three bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The dramatic arched windows and doors perfectly frame the views of the lake. Built in 2011, this unit also features a library and a fireplace in the living room. It is listed by Douglas Smith with @properties.
22 E Elm St. | Near North Shore | $4.4 million
Built in 2017, this three-story, single-family home sits on a 2,600 square-foot lot. The home has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and plenty of amenities including an in-home elevator, sauna and gameroom. It is listed by Mark Jak with @properties.
800 N Michigan Ave, Unit 2301 | Near North Shore | $4.4 million
This three bedroom, 3.5 bathroom condo has a fireplace and beautiful views of downtown. It spans about 3,200 square-feet and was renovated in 2015. It is listed by Deanne Thomas with Deanne Thomas Luxury Properties.
2136 N Kenmore Ave | Lincoln Park | $3.4 million
This 5,200 square-foot home is expected to be completed by spring 2020. This single-family home has six bedrooms and seven baths. The property includes an outdoor living space with a 500-square-foot snow melt patio. It is listed by Timothy Sheahan with Compass.
888 S Michigan Ave, Unit PH2 | Loop | $3.4 million
Built in 1913, this penthouse includes four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms with unobstructed, panoramic views of the lake. The building, which sits across the street from Grant Park, was designed by Holabird & Roche and is listed on the national register of historic places. The historic home includes a library, office and a walk-in closet. It is listed by Jeff Lowe with Compass.