Beds Baths Lincoln Park
William McCloud 312.554.9680
Situated in the heart of Lincoln Park, this 4-bedroom, 3.1-bathroom home is an urban oasis. With luxurious finishes and lavish touches around every corner, this opulent home offers a modern aesthetic and relaxed vibe. The first level offers an expansive open floor plan ideal for entertaining complete with a spacious living area, dining room, and cozy sitting area. A large eat-in kitchen features cherry wood cabinetry, high-end stainless steel appliances, wine fridge, and a large island with built-in 5-burner range and seating. Featuring floor-to-ceiling roll up doors for ample light and a California feel, the kitchen overlooks the custom deck—boasting a beautiful pergola and outdoor fan to keep you cool—and lush backyard. A show stopping, sundrenched staircase complete with verdant living wall and skylights leads to 3 large bedrooms. A true retreat, the primary suite offers floor-to-ceiling windows with treetop views, custom wall treatments, and a professionally organized walk-in closet with ample storage space. The primary en-suite bath boasts designer tile accents, dual vanity, separate tub, and a huge walk-in shower for a complete spa experience. Fully finished, the lower level offers plentiful space for entertaining. With enough space for a home office and workout room, the lower level is home to a spacious guest suite and bath, and a large laundry room with side-by-side washer/dryer. A large 2-car garage completes this stunning home.
Active lakeside park and beach meet upscale boutique shopping and world-class dining in this charming near north side Chicago neighborhood. Over the years Lincoln Park has gained a reputation as one of the city’s most desirable communities. Its shady, tree-lined residential streets and stretches of exciting entertainment and nightlife are the ideal union of serenity and fun. The majority of Lincoln Park holds an old-fashioned appeal, reinforced by rows of brown- and graystone walkups and ornate, vintage architecture. DePaul University campus adds to the neighborhood’s historic character with beautiful late-19th century buildings, while the population of students interjects a youthful energy into the area. An electric bar and club scene – favored by the younger crowd in Lincoln Park – is buffered by miles of tranquil green space and breathtaking shoreline in the neighborhood’s namesake 1,200-acre park. Summertime bursts with activity as people come from all over the city to enjoy the expansive beach, waterfront jogging and biking trails, a jam-packed schedule of street festivals and farmer’s markets, and the family favorite – the Lincoln Park Zoo.