History meets luxury meets rarity in this one-of-a-kind Lincoln Park offering, and, if you hurry, this iconic, four-story marvel can be yours. Built in 1917 by legendary Chicago architect David Adler and named a historical landmark in 2016, Adler on the Park today is a magnificent 8-bedroom, 6.3-bath manse in the sky with an incredible 11,600 square feet of fully renovated, meticulously designed and realized living space. Throughout the residence, original details and modern style and function combine to create a property like no other. Step into the formal foyer and you're transported back 100 years, thanks to the original black-and-white marble checkered floor and restored columns. On this level are a large family room, several mudrooms, 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, and a private garage. Climb the grand staircase or ride the elevator to the second level, where the first of two kitchens offers classic beauty with custom dark wood cabinetry, marble counters, and Miele and Thermador appliances. A fireplace across from the large island adds a romantic touch. Just outside the kitchen, the incredible rotunda beckons with more marble checkerboard floors, sculptural wallcoverings, and intricate restored moldings. One of the home's two expansive formal dining rooms is found on this level; each boasts ample space for large-scale entertaining, designer lighting, and scenic views. The light-filled great room on this floor boasts features that are echoed throughout the home: another of the many fireplaces and one of several private outdoor spaces that allow you to drink in the beauty of Lincoln Park. The third floor houses the second executive kitchen, a chef's haven with a large eat-in island, paneled Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer and Wolf range, as well as a Miele coffee station and Wolf microwave in the butler's pantry. The space is outfitted with custom white cabinetry with walnut interiors and Carrara marble countertops and backsplash. The formal dining room on this level can seat up 20 and features custom floating buffets with Carrara countertops and access out onto a private terrace. The sun-filled four-season room is a favorite gathering spot, painted in a deep, moody smoke color that welcomes the multitude of windows and double French doors that open out to a private roof deck. If you love decadent space and designer details, you'll love all the rich paint colors and hand-painted wallcoverings showcased throughout the home. Two luxurious primary suites with spa baths, and six additional generously sized bedrooms give this home all the space you could ever need for a luxury estate in the city. You'll also find two laundry rooms and a private garage with room for five cars. This truly is a rare opportunity to call a historical landmark home while enjoying a unique combination of celebrated design, modern conveniences, and a superb location in the very heart of Lincoln Park.
Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker Realty.
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