This fairly new brick and limestone home is located at 4056 N Lowell Avenue in Chicago, IL and is the builder’s own home. It is set on a corner double lot with 23′ side lot to the north & available adjacent double lot to the south.It boasts 7,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3-story curved staircase, formal living and dining rooms, 2-story great room, gourmet kitchen with breakfast room, lower level with bar and gym, patio with outdoor fireplace and a 3-car garage. It is listed at $2,499,000.

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  • Sam

    I saw the outside and thought, seen it before, but I really love the interior, especially the kitchen! Even though there’s not alot of outdoor space, it works well with the rest of the property. Probably the only house I’ve seen on here that doesn’t have pool!




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  • Daniel

    Awfully close to the railroad tracks and highway, but maybe the walls are thick enough to where the sound is kept out. I like most of it. Glad to see it has a little bit of green space even.




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  • Venom

    Very nice and well done home in Chicago. I could live in this no problem. I especially love the bathroom.

    I would rather live east of 94 though and more towards Lincoln Park.




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  • Grrrowler

    I quite like it. It’s a shame that what furniture there is in the house is so terrible, but that’s easily remedied. It looks like a very comfortable home.




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  • Plain J.

    Not bad! I actually like it!




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  • NOVA Ben

    Quality looks pretty good, but there doesn’t seem to be anything terribly unique or different about the layout, at least from the photos. Most of the interior looks to stick pretty close to the script as far as layout and design. That said, it all looks very solid and well thought out. I’d like the exterior more if the limestone bits at the corners were something like quoins instead. I do like the stone water table though, and the fact that the home is raised up a little bit provides room for basement windows that are bigger than the typical mail-slot sized ones you see in homes without a walkout basement.

    Overall I think I like the exterior more, but it’s suitably nice all around. Taking a look at the street view, this looks to be one of those homes that outshines everything around it in terms of size, newness, and quality. I always found that sort of awkward.




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