July 16, 2024


Interior The Freshmaker

5-bedroom Peterson Park home sells for $1.1M

A 5-bedroom, 4,652-square-foot vintage property on the Northwest Side that was developed by architect David Saul Klafter marketed on June 16 for $1.1 million — a pretty significant selling price for its distinct neighborhood.

Klafter, who worked as a draftsman for pointed out architects Daniel Burnham and Jarvis Hunt, was Prepare dinner County’s architect in the 1940s and although in non-public follow intended many properties in Chicago, such as the apartment creating at 1420 N. DuSable Lake Shore Travel and the 16-story office environment setting up at 330 S. Wells St.

The home that marketed is in the West Ridge area’s Peterson Park community, whilst the location also is recognized as Peterson Woods. Developed in 1928, the property has 3 1/2 loos, two fireplaces, a massive lobby with personalized tile, and a dwelling place and eating room that have a lot of initial specifics, including dim oak trim, arched leaded windows and large coved ceilings. The household also has a tile roof and a wide variety of traditional and Mediterranean architectural touches on the exterior.

Other characteristics include a to start with-floor primary bed room suite with a customized closet with created-ins and an consume-in kitchen area with a massive quartz island, a prep sink, a stroll-in pantry and three skylights. The reduced amount has a relatives place with a soaked bar, a 2nd whole-dimensions kitchen and a bathroom with a spa and a sauna. Outside the house on the assets are two decks off the initial and next flooring, every single with pergolas.

“This residence has stunning woodwork, and the sellers managed the vintage aspects but also had a modern day kitchen with major-of-the-line Bosch appliances and had place an addition on the back again of the dwelling,” listing agent Joan Brennock of Baird Warner instructed Elite Avenue. “The sellers experienced lived there (almost) 40 years and lifted 5 young children there. The property also overlooks Legion Park. It’s a lovely environment.”

The sellers initially listed the house in October 2021 for $1.2 million.

The house experienced a $7,262 property tax invoice in the 2020 tax yr.

Goldsborough is a freelance writer.

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