440 Sheridan Road in north suburban Glencoe is an exquisitely restored, 1915 estate with five bedrooms, five-full and one-half baths. It has been named Crain’s Luxury Home of the Week and is newly listed by Sherry Molitor of our Winnetka office. It also boasts a two bedroom coach house, pristinely finished chef’s kitchen, bay windows and a master bedroom that includes a sitting room for relaxation. The home also has a bluestone terrace and four-car garage. To read the entire article, please click here.
Jeff Lowe of our Lincoln Park | Clark Street office was mentioned in Crain’s Chicago Business for the sale of his listing at 1700 N. Dayton Street in Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood. The six bedroom, five-full and one-half bath home boasts custom cabinetry and millwork, a raised patio, and a radiant heated lower level. To read the entire article, please click here.
Mona Hellinga of our Lake Forest office has been mentioned in both Crain’s Chicago Business and the Daily North Shore for her historic Lake Forest listing. The French Renaissance-style home, at 89 E. Deerpath Road in Lake Forest, was built by Edward Bennett, who also designed Buckingham Fountain and the Michigan Avenue bridge in Chicago. The main house has eight bedrooms and seven-full and two-half bathrooms. The grounds include the main house, a coach house, and an artist’s studio. The property even has a smaller version of Buckingham Fountain! To read the Crain’s article, please click here. To see the Daily North Shore piece, click here.
Jennifer Mills Klatt, of The Home Discovery Team and our Webster Street office, has been mentioned in Crain’s Chicago Business. Her upcoming Hinsdale listing is featured as the Luxury Home of the Week. The spectacular house includes an in-home theater with stadium seating, beamed ceilings, and luxurious spaces for entertaining guests. To read the entire article, please click here.
Contemporary Urban Oasis!
Eileen Campbell, with our Winnetka team, has been mentioned in the Highland Park Patch twice! Her listing, 65 Prospect Avenue in Highland Park, was first mentioned in a round-up of the 5 most expensive houses in Highland Park, a list which also includes Michael Jordan’s former residence. The property was also Patch’s “Wow! House”, highlighting the home’s classic Keck and Keck design. The 4-bed, 3.1-bath Ripcarian Crescent Ranch has its own private beach on Lake Michigan, and is listed at $4,888,000. To read the first story, please click here. To read the Wow! House article, please click here.