This fairly new 3-story traditional home is located at 21 E Cedar Street in Chicago, Il and is situated on a 30 foot wide lot. It offers 7,830 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 1 half bathrooms, 12′ ceilings on all levels, curved staircase leading to all levels with skylight, 10″ hand-scraped Carlisle Walnut flooring throughout, formal living room with arched windows and fireplace, formal dining room, step-up DiGuilio designed gourmet kitchen with breakfast area, home office, home theater, penthouse level recreation room with wet bar, 2.5 car garage and 3 outdoor spaces. It is listed at $6,600,000. This is a very nice traditional Chicago home. The interior is modern with traditional touches and feels very comfortable. The layout is great and I like how they have the recreation room on the 3rd floor to capture the spectacular views rather than having it on the lower level. My favorite room in the home is definitely the master suite with incredible master bathroom and floor-to-ceiling custom closets.

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  • Daniel

    Interior seems lovely. The living room looks a bit dark but that’s easily solvable. I don’t know, but the prospect of living in something only 30′ wide just seems so…impossible. I don’t need acres of land or something that spreads into multiple zip codes, but a bit of space would be nice. To each their own, I suppose .




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    • Joseph

      Not to start an argument but how is it impossible to live in something only 30′ wide. If you got rid of the massive garages on most suburban homes, they wouldn’t be much wider. Part of living in the city is living in a high density house. There is no point of living in a suburban house in the middle of the city. Houston, Atlanta, and Phoenix aren’t real cities.




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      • Daniel

        I think I’d just prefer to live in a high-rise if I am living in a big city such as New York or Chicago. I’d much rather have a penthouse in the sky spread over one or two levels AND have a stunning city lights view, in lieu of living in something on 5-7 levels on a cramped street. I don’t see very much allure to townhouses.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I have to concur with Joseph on this…I mean, 30 feet wide is pretty generous in a townhome…maybe not when it comes to mega-mansions, but still. That’s either one huge room, or two rooms averaging 15 feet wide, which I don’t find anywhere near “impossible”. And when you’re talking about a home that’s probably at least twice as deep as it is wide, on potentially four or five stories, it’s a big place. I can understand not liking all the stairs, but 30 feet is plenty wide.




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  • Grrrowler

    This i love. It’s a great size and the interior is beautiful. There are a few design details I’d change, and I’d want to lose a bedroom, but I could easily move right into this as it is in the pics.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Agreed, it’s a wonderful home that’s move-in ready 🙂




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  • Chris

    Its lovely. I like it very much. I’d move in in a heartbeat.




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  • lambskin

    Ideal location too!




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  • NOVA Ben

    I like it…it’s elegant and comfortable. Not sure about the home theater that looks like it’s set up for an orgy, but overall this is quite nice.




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    • NOVA Ben

      I looked at the Google streetview for this place…two observations…
      1. the location seems to leave a little to be desired…views don’t look to be overly inspiring.
      2. the guy parallel parking that pickup truck is a boss.




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    • Grrrowler

      I found that aspect of the theater extra appealing!




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