Wicker Park Queen Anne with coal room converted to wine cellar asks $850K

The sweet home was built in 1888

This four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home with Queen Anne details in the heart of Wicker Park went on the market less than a week ago. It’s listed for $850,000.

The property comes with a spacious master bedroom, two outdoor decks, a landscaped backyard, and a fully finished basement. The kitchen overlooks a dining room with a blue accent wall and is equipped with a double oven, wine fridge, and cherry wood cabinets.

The master bedroom features a massive walk-in closet and an additional room that could be made into an office. The historic home was built in 1888 and the owners renovated a former basement coal storage room into a wine cellar.

The single family home was split into two residences which are currently being rented. The other unit is also for sale asking $700,000 and the two are listed together for $1,550,000. While the properties could be converted back into one home, each address has its own private entrance and fenced-in backyard.







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