Top 5 Most Expensive Homes For Sale In Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park is a pricey neighborhood. The average sale price for a home in Lincoln Park is $646,000. Compare that to Chicago’s average of $245,000. However, some homes in Lincoln Park are priced way above that average.
Check out these 5 most expensive homes for sale in Lincoln Park:
2466 N Lakeview Ave – $8,695,000
9 beds, 6 baths, and 3 half-baths
This historic mansion includes the main house and coach house with a surrounding driveway. The interior of the home has details such as marble, rich mahogany, limestone, and mosaic throughout the home. If that wasn’t enough, this home features a library, pub, garden room, and a ballroom.
542 W Grant Pl – $8,500,000
5 beds, 6 baths, and 2 half-baths
If you need something a bit more modern, this home, featured in Architectural Digest, maybe just for you. The outside may be deceiving but the inside is amazing. Mahogany windows, heated terrazzo floors, steel & glass stairs, Bulthaup kitchen, and built-in cabinets help make this home stunning.
1804 N Mohawk St – $5,975,000
5 beds, 5 baths, and 2 half-baths
This custom built home has a side garden, patio, grilling area, large deck, wine room, mudroom, spa bath, penthouse, sports court, and a wood paneled study. If that’s not enough luxury, the interior of the home is spacious and relaxing. Also, the side garden boasts wonderful plants and flowers.
2122 N Seminary Ave – $5,495,000
6 beds, 5 baths, and 1 half bath
This beautifully modern and stylish home includes solid walnut doors with nickel hardware, walnut hardwood floors, 3-piece crown molding and trim, custom elliptical staircase, and polished nickel faucets. Additionally, Joan Craig designed the updated and exquisite décor.
2212 N Burling St – $4,995,000
5 beds, 5 baths, and 3 half-baths
Most luxury homes use simple colors or a stark white. Fortunately, this home provides a colorful alternative. Remodeled in 2006, the home features, double-thick granite countertops, Neff custom cabinets, and a walk-in pantry. Other areas of the home include, a breakfast room, library, built-in workspace, mudroom with heated floors, recreational space, web bar, craft room, and a 4-car garage.