A five-bedroom mansion in Lincoln Park recently sold for $3.65 million, in one of the priciest residential real estate deals in Chicago this year.
Completed in 2010, the limestone and brick residence is located at 1845 N. Mohawk St., near Armitage Avenue, say co-listing agents Daniel Otto and Susanna Cherubin-Delisi, of CONLON/Christie’s International Real Estate.
The nearly 6,000-square-foot home is professionally designed with all the latest technology – fully-automated lighting, entertainment, window coverings, security, sprinkler, eight HVAC/humidifier zones, snow melt detection and Control 4 commercial grade home automation system.
"The home was custom-built in 2010 from plans that the seller was heavily involved in with every detail from start to finish," Otto told the Tribune. "The high-tech features of the home and great attention to design stood out amongst the competition, which helped command a higher sales price. With an attached garage and four outdoor areas, the home truly is an urban retreat both inside and out."
Other features included a heated 2.5 car garage, and a master suite with a luxurious bathroom featuring a rain shower, deep soaker tub and limestone floors with radiant heat. The kitchen has separate refrigerator/freezer towers, a six-burner Wolf range, custom cabinetry, banquet seating and two dishwashers.
The home was commissioned by the owner to be custom built by Environs Development, a Chicago-based builder known for its high-end single family homes.