One-of-a-kind, end unit townhome at Oak & Dearborn that lives like a single family. High end finishes & perfect living space abound in this 5800+ sf, four story home. Dramatic, 2-story foyer. Huge living and dining room w/wraparound balcony with tree top views. Completely redone, the dream kitchen has Poggenpohl cabinetry, high-end stainless appliances, granite counters, and butler's pantry complete with full size wine refrigeration. The kitchen is open to an big family room with built-ins and eat-in space. Full floor master suite has a separate sitting room, giant closet/dressing room, and a super luxurious bath. Top floor offers three ensuite bedrooms, media room/rec space with bar, and a grand terrace. Main level guest bedroom/bath and attached 2 car garage. Elevator to all levels! Steps from Ogden School and everything the Gold Coast has to offer.
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This listing 1021 North Dearborn Street Chicago, Il 60610
is a attached single listing
with 5 full baths, 1 half bath, 5 bedrooms and approximately 5,835 square feet. 1021 North Dearborn Street was built in 2006. 1021 North Dearborn Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60610.
It has been listed on our site since 3/5/18.
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