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It’s not surprising that the seven most expensive homes for sale in the city would likely be found on the tranquil streets of Lincoln Park or within the bustling confines of the Gold Coast. These are the homes that’ll make you go “ah!” when you see them and “yikes!” when you hear the price.

1932 N Burling St • $50,00,000

The most expensive home in Chicago, there are plenty of manicures to go around when we talk about this gem. From the water fountains to the antique pavilion, there are 6 beds, 7 full and 4 half baths in this 25,000 square-foot package.

58 E Chicago Ave •  $18,000,000propertyproperty2

This Victorian building with the second oldest elevator in Chicago is completely available. It comes with three commercial spaces and 25 residential units, but you are free to reinvent the existing structure or build from the ground up (that is, if you come with the coins).

1909 N Orchard St • $15,500,000

One of the most recognizably, picturesque streets in the city, adjacent to the infamous Lincoln Park High School, there are 6 beds, 6 full and 2 half baths, and 14,000 square foot.  It also doesn’t hurt that the house is pretty darn pretty.

9 W Walton St Unit 3500 • $12,950,000

There’s always something presidential about a white house, and this condo is not too far from it. With amenities like a motor court with a valet, an indoor spa pool, a two-story exercise studio, and a wine tasting room, it’s hard to say no. Unless, somehow, you were not willing to spend nearly $13 M.

1336 N State Pkwy • $12,500,00gold coast

How could you not respect a house next to a house that winds up being larger-than-life when you walk inside? This elegant and historic Georgian home wold require a sophisticated taste and a pretty penny.

401 N Wabash Ave Unit 87 A • $12,500,000

Views cost, and with views like this, they just might be worth the pretty penny. With floor to ceiling windows in this 6,850 square foot penthouse, it’ll be hard to not give up $12.5 M, right?

800 N Michigan Ave Unit 60PHN • $12,000,000

A very modern penthouse at the Park Hyatt, plus unobstructed views from the north, east, and west, you’ll get access to a private elevator with this buy. It’s hard to think this pad comes with just 2 beds, 2 full and 1 half  baths.