Kitchens, Luxury

7 Luxury Kitchens in Lakeview – for Sale Now

Let’s take a look at luxury kitchens in Lakeview. Whether you prefer traditional or modern, all-white or varying hues in the kitchen, there’s a style to suit your style in the Chicago real estate market. We’ve rounded up 7 of our favorite luxury kitchens — all currently for sale in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.


1514 W. Henderson Street

Located along Southport Corridor in Lakeview, this six bedroom home is filled with sophisticated finishes throughout, including extensive millwork and built-ins. Inside you’ll find a spacious professional-grade chef’s kitchen, complete with a custom paneled Sub Zero fridge, Wolf stove, oversized island, butler’s pantry and separate breakfast area.

(For more information, contact Carrie McCormick at 312-961-4612)

$1,995,000 — 6 Bedrooms / 4.2 Bathrooms


1436 W. Melrose Street

This new construction residence offers expansive living space across four levels. On the main level, a front living room and dining area flow into a gourmet kitchen with contemporary finishes, including white quartz countertops, a grey glass subway tile backsplash, plus Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances.

(For more information, contact Barnett Homes at 312-956-8888)

$2,075,000 — 6 Bedrooms / 5.2 Bathrooms


1508 W. Byron Street

Step inside this stately brick home to enjoy a stunning white kitchen, complete with custom cabinetry and attractive stone accents. The eat-in chef’s kitchen offers luxury appliances, an oversized island with breakfast bar, plus a butler’s pantry.

(For more information, contact Chris Fixler at 847-340-4943)

$2,395,000 — 6 Bedrooms / 5.2 Bathrooms


1419 W. Oakdale Avenue

This Lakeview home offers a nice alternative to white kitchens we’re seeing often these days. Outfitted with custom grey cabinetry, the kitchen has sleek quartz countertops and minimalist light fixtures. Additional features include a Subzero double fridge, Wolf range/double oven, wine fridge, gourmet coffee maker and a butler’s pantry.

(For more information, contact Melanie Giglio-Vakos at 312-953-4998)

$1,899,000 — 6 Bedroom / 4.1 Bathroom


1122 W. Wolfram Street

If modern style is your liking, check out this kitchen. Built by leading Chicago developer, MK Construction & Builders, this new construction home provides a sophisticated kitchen with full overlay cabinetry, professional Jenn-Air appliances, a paneled dishwasher and fridge, plus a 45 bottle wine cellar.

(For more information, contact Jason O’Beirne at 773-368-3421)

$1,899,900 — 5 Bedroom / 3.1 Bathrooms


2748 N. Lakewood Avenue #2

This Lakeview property offers an escape from city hustle and bustle, tucked away in a private, gated courtyard on Lakewood. The 5 bedroom residence has generous living space and custom-quality finishes, like this sleek and  sophisticated kitchen with a waterfall counter island and mixed white & espresso cabinetry.

(For more information, contact Cadey O’Leary at 773-710-4202)

$1,435,000 — 5 Bedroom / 4.1 Bathroom


1537 W. Nelson Street

Located in the Burley School District, this new construction Lakeview home has a professional grade kitchen that’s an entertainer’s dream, with ample space for cooking and serving guests. The kitchen has Sub Zero and Wolf appliances, a butler’s pantry, plenty of storage, plus a conjoined family room area for easy and open entertaining.

(For more information, contact Mario Greco at 773-687-4696)

$1,675,000 — 6 Bedrooms / 4.1 Bathrooms


Which one of these Lakeview kitchens is your favorite?




Décor, Get the Look

Get the Look: White Kitchen in Lakeview

We featured this bright and sunny kitchen on Instagram earlier this summer — and it was a hit with many of you. (If you’re not already following Preview Chicago, you can find us here!)

Designed by Elizabeth Taich, this stunning white kitchen is home to the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago. Its overall design is fresh and new-Traditional, featuring white shaker cabinetry, sleek countertops and a gorgeous marble backsplash with grey veining. The kitchen is accented with Serena & Lily ‘Riviera’ chairs, a geometric light fixture pendant and fresh philodendron leaves on the island.


If you like this Lakeview kitchen as much as we do, here’s how you can re-create the look in your own home!


serena and lily kitchen design


Riviera Bar Stools (Serena & Lily) | Geometric Light Fixture (Lumens) | Chrome Faucet (Kohler) | 36″ Range (Wolf) | White Cabinetry (Overstock) | Cabinet Pulls (Wayfair) | Carrara Marble (Sur la Table) | Philodendron Leaf (Wayfair) | Glass Vase (Crate & Barrel)


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Real Estate Agent Kitchen Remodel Tips That Will Help You!

Your real estate agent knows all. Have you ever wondered if they had any secrets to selling a home? Well, they do! Of course, the focal point of the home is always the kitchen.

You spend all of your time in the kitchen. Your family bonds in the kitchen and guests will judge your home by the  looks of your kitchen. It’s true!

Are you sick of your kitchen and want to remodel it? Before you do, take these agent tips in to consideration.

Check out the 6 secrets agents have for remodeling your kitchen below:

  1. Countertops: “Dark granite is considered acceptable, but marble is really an indicator of a remodeled, new kitchen,” she says. Even though marble requires upkeep and is vulnerable to staining, buyers particularly love the lightness and luxe look of Carrera and Calcutta. Caesarstone is another popular material that is light in tone, but lower maintenance and more budget-friendly. This can be a major plus for families seeking a durable, kid-proof kitchen. Tile with lots of color or marble with strong veining is “very particular to someone’s taste, and could be a turnoff to the average buyer.”
  2. Cabinetry: “Lighter cabinetry is always more popular,” Katharine explains, although dark cabinetry may be suitable for a one-bedroom apartment that could be marketed as a bachelor pad. Keep in mind, however, that this may limit the appeal to other types of buyers. Another cabinetry trend is paneled appliances that match the surrounding cabinetry. Katharine says that this style creates a “homier feel” or, in some cases, a sleeker look that is attractive to a lot of today’s buyers.
  3. Appliances: If you’ve opted out of applied paneling, Katharine advises to “stick to stainless steel or anything that looks like it!” When it comes to appliances, labels do matter to buyers, and “Sub-Zero is still recognized as the top brand.” Steer clear of the dishwasher drawer, a major trend in the last few years that she’s seen largely disappear. “They take up more room and don’t seem to function as well,” she warns. In Katharine’s Manhattan market, a Bosch washer/dryer near the kitchen, and a garbage disposal are both “like a gold mine” for clients.
  4. Lighting: In keeping with the “brighter is better” rule of thumb, don’t discount the power of good lighting. Many of the Upper East Side’s prewar kitchens are small and located in the back of the building, and Katharine emphasizes that “recess lighting and under-cabinet lighting make such a difference.” When it comes to decorative fixtures, like pendants, sconces, and flush mounts, she cites Visual Comfort as a brand that buyers love.
  5. Gadgets: “Of course buyers like the tricks and kitchen gadgets,” Katharine notes, “especially in cities where you lack space.” Things like shallow spice rack drawers, hidden drawers, or countertop trash chutes are great add-ons, but probably won’t seal the deal.
  6. Open Floor Plans: When it comes to dealmakers, Katharine underscores that an open floor plan is at the top of everyone’s list. Kitchens have transformed into an all-purpose gathering place for entertaining, dining, and homework, while formal dining rooms have fallen by the wayside. Katharine often sees clients “open the kitchen to incorporate the dining room.” While this is a more serious project, an open kitchen is a critical selling point and an investment that is sure to see a return on the market.

Happy kitchen remodeling!

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