Unique Lincoln Park home with dreamy, light-filled kitchen asks $1.3M

There are three wood burning fireplaces and a secluded al-fresco dining area

A Lincoln Park home with a distinctive floor plan and a kitchen with a glass atrium listed earlier this week for $1,399,000. The four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom house was built in 1986 and renovated in 2010.

If you’re looking for a dream kitchen, one that is swoon-worthy and fulfills aspirations, this could easily be it. First, there’s a ton of storage: cabinets from floor to ceiling, large countertops, and a generous island. The refrigerator is huge and there’s a double oven setup. And instead of sticking the kitchen in the back of the house, this one comes with a view. The spacious island overlooks an eat-in area surrounded by oversized glass windows that open up for pleasant outdoor dining and entertaining. Perfect, yes?

As for the rest of the home, the master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, walk-in closet, double bathroom vanity, and a luxurious shower bathtub combo. Connected by a long, window-lined hallway is the second bedroom suite which is quite separate from the rest of the house. “Perfect for a nanny or in-laws,” according to the listing description.

Other features of the home include three wood burning fireplaces, skylights in the main living room, chestnut-stained hardwood floors and matching built-ins, a private fenced-in outdoor space, and a two-and-a-half car garage. The property is a five minute walk to the Fullerton station, Whole Foods, and DePaul University.

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