Wicker Park’s Most Expensive Home
A 7,000 square-foot home features a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, two wood burning masonry fireplaces and a cozy loft.
CHICAGO, IL — A Wicker Park home that was built in 1874 is currently the most expensive home listing in the neighborhood. Located in the neighborhood’s historic district, the house underwent a large renovation in 2009, according to listing agents. Another ‘cosmetic’ renovation was just completed this year, agents said.
The 7,039 square-foot home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, a 1,000 bottle wine cellar, a wet bar and a three-car heated garage with a large loft.
The home features custom millwork, wide-planked walnut flooring and two wood-burning masonry fireplaces with hand-carved marble surrounds. The master bedroom’s bathroom has an oversized steam shower, tub and separate vanities.
The lower level features a recreation room and separate entrance for a nanny/in-law arrangement.
The expansive yard includes professional landscaping, lighting and irrigation.
Address: 2124 W Pierce Ave, Chicago, Illinois
Square Feet: 7039
Bathrooms: 5 Baths
This listing originally appeared on realtor.com. For more information and photos, click here.