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One of the first homes built in University Heights subdivision, this 112-year-old historic home is full of wonderful details. Est. 1907: This home was designed by Louis Spiering, architect of the acoustically perfect Sheldon Concert Hall and this historic gem sings with fine details like stained and leaded glass windows, period millwork, gleaming quarter-sawn floors, French and pocket doors. Formal entry hall leads to a large living room with a quaint sitting room alcove with built-in shelving. The living space gets tons of gorgeous sunlight and has easy access to the front deck for indoor/outdoor living.
Professionally designed kitchen (2015) is highly functional with SOAPSTONE counters, subway tile, stainless appliances, and charming breakfast nook/booth with storage. The separate dining room is impressive with original oak paneling. Note the built-in hutch, stained glass, and craftsman fireplace mantel and tile. Office renovated in 2019 + HALF BATH complete main floor. Atrium with original stained glass floods the 2nd-floor with natural light. Here find 3 bedrooms, full bath, 2nd FLOOR LAUNDRY.
Expansive 3rd-floor MASTER SUITE with vaulted 15 ft ceilings and five skylights is an oasis set among the treetops! Professionally landscaped yard, new cedar deck (2017) and back porch (2014), 3-CAR GARAGE. Sought after University Heights subdivision is walking distance to the best of the Loop!