In December, I posted about the transformation of a six-unit apartment building into a large limestone-clad single family home in St. Ben’s along with a few before and after photos. Our friends at Curbed Chicago noticed that the house went on the market on Friday.
Yesterday, the newly-minted single-family hit the market for $2,995,000, making it the second most expensive home on the market in that neighborhood (right ahead of architect Brad Lynch’s home, which is located right around the corner).
For your $2,995,000 you get four bedrooms, nine full baths, three half baths, and a master bath which features a wall mounted urinal. Talk about being the “master of your domain.” Truly a man’s home.
· Before and after. Seen in St. Ben’s [Your Windy City Guide]
· North Center Six-Flat Transmogrified Into a Single-Family [Curbed Chicago]
· Listing: 2216 W. Grace St. [Coldwell Banker]