A sprawling, 8,000 square foot mansion in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood just sold this month for a whopping $11.9 million, making it the highest price paid for a home in Chicago since 2017.
Sold by Conrad and Elizabeth von Peterffy, the two-story estate was only just built between 2011 and 2013, and its footprint on three oversized lots truly makes it one of the more remarkable single-family homes in all of Chicago.
As reported by the Tribune, the home includes six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two powder rooms, two fireplaces, a lavish master suite that includes a sitting room and white marble bathroom, a classic wood-paneled study, a 1,000 bottle wine room, and certainly a whole lot more.
Outside, you’ll find a 39-foot terrace, a formal garden, a grilling patio, and a heated three car garage that’s also attached to the home.
The Peterffy’s originally listed the home for $12.95 million back in June, and as mentioned, the sale represents the highest price paid for a residence in Chicago since the Ann Lurie mansion in the Gold Coast was purchased by the Latin School for $12 million.