Top 5 Most Expensive Single-Family Homes in Lincoln Park (Currently)

Posted by Leo Clark. on Monday, January 11th, 2021 at 12:55pm.

Search Expensive Lincoln Park Single Family HomesLincoln Park is where you’ll find some of Chicago’s most expensive real estate on the market. But unlike the city’s downtown core, where condos dominate the housing landscape, jaw-dropping asking prices in Lincoln Park are usually attached to sprawling single-family homes with all the bells and whistles.

1932 N. Burling Street - $45M

Currently the priciest home listed on the Chicago real estate market, 1932 N. Burling is a sprawling, 25,000 square foot mansion situated squarely on one of the city’s most exclusive streets. Inside you’ll find 6 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms, and the home grounds are meticulously maintained and feature multiple fountains, a reflecting pool, and an antique garden pavilion that resembles something reminiscent of the French countryside.

1905 N. Orchard Street - $18M

Although 1905 N. Orchard is only a vacant lot at this point, the single-family home possibilities here are endless. Measuring 100’ wide, 1905 N. Orchard is setup perfectly to build and design the Lincoln Park home of your dreams. According to the listing description, up to 37,000+ square feet are possible for a build here and the home can also include a swimming pool and spa as well. It is worth noting that the project starting cost is $18 million.

1866 North Howe Street. - $10.9M

If you’re looking for more of a modern spin on a new Lincoln Park single-family home, look no further than 1866 N. Howe Street. Measuring 11,000 square feet, this six bedroom, five full bathroom, and 4-and-a-half bathroom mansion was originally built back in 2004 but has very clearly been refreshed since. The entire footprint sits on 3 lots with the home occupying 2 lots and a private yard occupying the third. The listing photos truly say it all at 1866 N. Howe, and there’s little doubt this luxury home is nothing short of turn-key and move-in ready. It’ll only cost buyers just shy of $11 million.

1909 N. Orchard Street - $10M

Like 1905 N. Orchard, 1909 N. Orchard is also a build opportunity, only this option “only” starts at $10 million. The build site is half of 1905 Orchard and measures 50’, although buyers have the option of extending the lot another 30’, 50’, or 107’, which would essentially combine up to 3 lot. So whether you’re interested in 1905 N. Burling or 1909 N. Burling, or possibly both, this provides buyers with a rare and unique opportunity to build Lincoln Park’s newest show-stopper from the ground up.

2043 N. Clifton - $5.9M

Advertised as a custom LG home, 2043 N. Clifton sits on an extra wide 62.5’ lot, providing home owners with a mammoth 7,790 square foot home and a lush green yard to match. Inside, the property includes 6 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, and 2 half bathrooms, and not surprisingly, the interiors, where were designed entirely by Summer Thornton Design, might just be the most impressive of any house currently on this list. Asking just under $6 million, we don’t expect this one to last through the spring market. Truly a must-see!



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1905 North Howe Street


  • 6 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 6,200 SqFt
  • 0.08 Acres

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515 West Grant Place


  • 6 Beds
  • 6 Baths
  • 6,300 SqFt
  • 0.05 Acres

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