Rare, extra-wide Lincoln Park mansion listed for $5.9M

The more than a century-old home was rehabbed in 1996

2238 North Dayton Street (Redfin, iStock)
2238 North Dayton Street (Redfin, iStock)

A rare 8,000-square-foot Lincoln Park home has hit the market.

The sellers, who are asking $5.9 million, are represented by Emily Sachs Wong, with @properties. The extra-wide home is at 2238 North Dayton Street, a one-way, tree-lined road, asking $5.9 million.

The three-story mansion, which has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, also includes a workout room and wine cellar on the basement level.

The living room, which has a limestone fireplace, boasts a wall of east-facing windows with stained-glass detailing above. Across from the living room is the formal dining room, which has the same wall of windows.

(Redfin, iStock)

(Redfin, iStock)

A butler’s pantry connects the dining room to the large kitchen, which is equipped with stainless-steel appliances and walk-in food storage. The large center island includes bar seating and a breakfast nook at the back of the home allows for a smaller dining table.

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The first floor also includes a formal study, mud room and family room. The second level of the home has access to the large west-facing deck and two of the home’s bedrooms, including the primary suite, which has two walk-in closets and two full bathrooms. The primary suite also includes a sitting room, which can be used as an additional office or as a nursery.

The top level of the home houses three equally sized bedrooms with ensuite baths, as well as another office.

The home’s basement level includes a large recreation room, play room and wine cellar. The last bedroom, which is currently being used as a workout room, is also on the bottom level.

(Redfin, iStock)

(Redfin, iStock)

The home has two laundry rooms, one on the second floor and the other on the basement level. A detached, three-car garage that opens onto a small alley behind the house is also included.

The home is more than 100 years old, according to the listing and it was updated and rehabbed in 1996.

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