A historical treasure on prized Astor St, this 1892 Tudor Mansion in Chicago's coveted historic district is impressive in its quality & stature. The home sits on a large pristinely-landscaped. 50 x 67 ft lot, with an ornate 12' gated entry leading to a unique wraparound private brick paver driveway & patio surrounded by gardens & ivy. A redone wrought-iron, beveled & etched-glass main door proceeds to a stunning limestone & granite, paneled & domed foyer w/a dramatic central staircase, added to the home in 1912 by architect John E. Youngberg. The immaculate light-filled 5,300 sf interior spanning 3 stories + a finished lower level takes classicism & modernism to a whole new luxury standard. This unique residence is brimming with exquisite architectural details & offers generously-proportioned rooms for living/entertaining. 2 gas fireplaces, 2 terraces, 5 Juliet balconies w/French doors, gourmet & catering kitchens, 2 laundries are among the wealth of incredible features.
This listing 1221 North Astor Street Chicago, Il 60610
is a detached single listing
with 5 full baths, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms and approximately 5,300 square feet. 1221 North Astor Street was built in 1892. 1221 North Astor Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60610.
It has been listed on our site since 3/7/18.
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