Location: 900 S Elm Street, Hinsdale, IL

Square Footage: 12,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 6 bathrooms

Price: $9,500,000

This fairly new Modern mansion is located at 900 S Elm Street in Hinsdale, IL. Built in 2008, the home features approximately 12,000 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 1 half bathrooms, main staircase with stainless steel railing, open concept living and dining room, spacious gourmet kitchen, large picturesque glass windows, 2 balconies over looking the pool area, wine cellar, golf simulator room, 3-car garage, swimming pool with spa, outdoor living/dining areas and a putting green.

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  • Venom

    I have seen as good and better than this in Barrington and other suburbs of Chicago for a couple million dollars or less. I don’t know who is going to pay almost $10 million for Chicago these days. There are some amazing homes at $3.5 million that have not moved in over a year. You will never convince me that building a box with minimal detail inside and out cost a lot of money to construct, never.

    There is no way this house cost more than $2-2.5 million to build.




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  • Grrrowler

    This is the kind of contemporary house that just irks me. There’s so little creativity or uniqueness that should be the mark of a contemporary house; it’s just a collection of plain white boxes. From the street it looks like a mini-storage building. I know there are far better but less expensive houses in the Chicago area than this.




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  • Daniel

    A five star warehouse.




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  • Paul

    There might be some new tax on white paint in Chi-town that we don’t know about. That would be the only reason I could see why this would cost so much.




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  • Joseph

    I love contemporary houses, especially the ones around Chicagoland that make a good portion of its housing stock. I prefer contemporaries to be warmer and built of earthen materials, this house belongs in Florida.

    The pricing is the worst part about it though. You can probably buy a much nicer mansion in Chicago or the North Shore suburbs for a fraction of the price.




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  • Tay

    Hey kenny idk if youve seen this awesome house yet, it’s called the “spiral house.” It just came on the market, in case you want to post on it.




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  • Tay

    Hey kenny idk if youve seen this awesome house yet, it’s called the “spiral house.” It just came on the market, in case you want to post on it.

    http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/16-Shoreham-Club-Rd_Old-Greenwich_CT_06870_M40813-96179?row=2




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  • Tay

    Sorry for the double post lol, more/ better photos here :

    http://esto.com/assignment.aspx?id=902&a=126




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  • rob

    modern houses are all about location and this sits on a crammed lot with other house right on top of it. You can’t take advantage of the glass for the vistas and you can’t relax with all the glass if your neighbors are ten feet away. What is the deal on Chicago real estate. Is there some onerous tax burden for transfer. I have heard that it is terribly difficult to sell and buy houses in chicago because of 5% and 10% transfer taxes on top of property taxes. I have heard that real estate in Chicago is a lose lose proposition. Anyone know anything about that.




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