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The second issue of @properties Christie’s International Real Estate’s luxury magazine, Aspire
5 Cocktails To Get You in the Spring Spirit
Exclusive recommendations and recipes that will make any day feel like the sun is shining.
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A Year of Luxury 2021 was a record year for luxury – not only for real estate, but also for art and luxury goods in various categories.
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Luxury Spotlight: 4 Items Worth the Splurge
Looking to treat yourself to some well-deserved extravagance? Here are a few high-end items that are sure to spark joy.
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An assortment of listings from our exclusive luxury collection.
9 Morning Habits That Will Set You Up For Success
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Spring is here, and what better way to get in the spirit than with a beverage that evokes the season? To get inspired, we tapped DAVID BRANCH , general manager of renowned cocktail bar The Violet Hour, and ALEX NICHOL , lead bartender at modern Japanese restaurant Momotaro in Chicago. Both familiar with Chicago’s ever-finicky spring, they gave us their recommendations for recipes that will make any day feel like the sun is shining and the temperatures are rising. So grab your shaker and join us in celebrating spring with one of the following libations.
DAI Q UIRI
David Branch | The Violet Hour
2 oz White Rum .75 oz Fresh Lime Juice .75 oz Simple Syrup
“You really can’t go wrong with a Daiquiri. It’s the perfect balance of proof, sweetness, and acidity. Just one sip and I feel like I should be outside somewhere in the sun!” INSTRUCTIONS Shake all ingredients to chill and dilute. Strain into a coupe glass and garnish with a lime wheel.
David Branch | The Violet Hour
2 oz Blanco Tequila 1 oz Fresh Grapefruit Juice .5 oz Fresh Lime Juice .5-.75 oz Simple Syrup (depending on desired sweetness level) 1-2 oz Soda Water INSTRUCTIONS Add all ingredients except the soda water to a shaker tin with ice. Shake to chill and dilute. In a rocks glass, add ice and soda water. Strain cocktail from shaker tin into rocks glass. Garnish with a lime wheel or grapefruit peel.
“When making a seasonal cocktail menu, we always try to have the cocktails reflect the weather and what’s in season.” -Alex Nichol, Momotaro
5 COCKTAILS TO GET YOU IN THE SPRIN G SPIRIT
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.75 oz Rye Whiskey .75 oz Blanco Tequila .25 oz Port Wine 1 oz Oat Chai Orgeat .5 oz Lemon Juice
JUN G LE BIRD
Shake and serve on the rocks with a lemon wheel and mint sprig.
Alex Nichol | Momotaro
“Paper Fortunes is one of Momotaro’s newest cocktails. It’s essentially a riff on a Mai Tai. It hits all of those notes you want in a tiki-style cocktail while also adding savory notes through the chai. You can always substitute Orgeat for the Oat Chai Orgeat, but I wanted to make a nut-free version.”
David Branch | The Violet Hour
1.5 oz Dark Rum .75 oz Campari 1.5 oz Pineapple Juice .5 oz Lime Juice .5 oz Demerara Syrup .25 oz Blackstrap Rum Float
BONUS: HOW TO MAKE OAT CHAI ORGEAT
Soak 1 cup of steel cut oats overnight in 4 cups of water. Discard water, add 4 cups of fresh water to oats. Blend until smooth. Strain mixture, discard oats. Measure oat milk and add equal parts demerara or turbinado sugar. Blend and strain again. Measure 50 g Chai tea, toast chai until fragrant. Add 2 cups water and 2 cups sugar to pot. Bring to a rolling boil and allow to go for 5-7 minutes so that the syrup reduces a bit. Strain. Combine oat milk with chai syrup. Keep for 3 weeks.
INSTRUCTIONS Shake all ingredients except Blackstrap Rum in a shaker. Strain the cocktail into a rocks glass with fresh ice. Lightly pour the Blackstrap Rum on top and garnish with a pineapple piece.
NE G RONI SBA G LIATO
Alex Nichol | Momotaro
1 oz London Dry Gin 1 oz Sweet Vermouth 1 oz Campari Topped with Prosecco
Stir to combine, pour over ice, and garnish with an orange slice.
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LUXURY A YEAR OF +
2021 was a record year for luxury – not only for real estate, but also for art and luxury goods in various categories.
Here are some highlights by the numbers.
The total dollar value of NFTs (non fungible tokens) sold by Christie’s art and luxury goods business in 2021.
The average days on market for a home that sold for $1 million and above last year in the Chicago area. To put that in perspective, that average was 159 days in 2020.
Christie’s total art and luxury goods sales in 2021. This marked a 54% increase from 2020 and the highest sales total for Christie’s in the last five years. Among the most notable works was Picasso’s Femme assise près d’une fenêtre (Marie-Thérèse), which sold for a whopping $103.4 million.
The number of Chicago-area home sales that topped $4 million in 2021. That’s more than double the number of $4 million-plus sales in 2020, indicating the strength of the uber- luxury market.
The Chicagoland area’s highest-priced residential sale in 2021, represented by @properties Christie’s International Real Estate agent Debra Dobbs. Located on a prime street in Lincoln Park, the single-family home boasts a number of amenities you rarely find in the city. 8,000 square feet of space? Check. 90-foot-wide lot? Check. Paved basketball court? Check. Professionally landscaped yard reminiscent of the suburbs? Check!
The price of what is now the most valuable handbag ever sold at auction: an Hermès Himalaya Diamond Kelly 28 sold by Christie’s last year in Hong Kong.
The amount a buyer paid for Michael Jordan’s game-worn and signed Air Jordans. Sold by Christie’s, the Nike sneakers were worn during Jordan’s last regular season game of the Chicago Bulls’ Last Dance championship season.
Residential sales data courtesy of MRED/ Broker Metrics LLC; Auction sales figures courtesy of Christie's.
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The kitchen is all about functionality, but that doesn’t mean it has to be void of style. Add some color with appliances like a Cuisinart stand mixer or with glassware and dishes in similar shades.
DESI G N TRENDS
HOW TO INTEGRATE PANTONE’S 2022 COLOR OF THE YEAR INTO YOUR HOME
Whether you’re redecorating a powder room or main bathroom, there are many fun ways to incorporate colors like Very Peri. Adventurous decorators can add a colorful wallpaper to their powder room, and those looking for simple swaps can incorporate items like a new bath mat and towels.
Pantone’s newest color of the year is a vibrant hue that is sure to infuse creativity wherever it’s used. So, if you’re looking to refresh your home decor, here are just a few ways you can incorporate Very Peri – a unique shade of blue with undertones of violet and red.
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LIVIN G ROOM
Although a vibrant and energetic color, Very Peri’s blue hues give it a relaxing vibe that can serve as a calming addition to the bedroom. An easy and effective place to experiment with the color is your bedding. For those looking for a temporary swap (and those who devotedly change out their decor when Pantone announces a new color), throw blankets and throw pillows are a good starting point.
Daring decorators, Very Peri is for you! According to Pantone, the color is intended to display “a carefree confidence and daring curiosity that animates our creative spirit.” Go all in with a statement sofa or use accents like candles and coasters for more subtle pops of color.
EVERYWHERE ELSE Very Peri can enhance any room, so don’t be afraid to play around with it. The color even comes in the form of a wall mirror, decorative accent piece, area rug, or arm chair, making the possibilities endless for adding that new “wow” element to your home.
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WORTH THE SPLUR G E 4 LUXURY ITEMS THAT ARE
SEASONED TRAVELER FOR THE
If you’re seeking the finer things away from home, start your luxury travel plans with Away luggage . With a variety of colors and sizes, Away meets all your travel needs while giving you the unmistakable look of a savvy traveler. A durable polycarbonate or aluminum hard shell and 360-degree spinner wheels ensure a smooth ride, while the interior compression system and hidden laundry bag make packing that much easier. Carry-on sized suitcases come with an ejectable USB charger that will charge your phone up to four times, and yes, it’s TSA approved. Prices range from $255 to $745 depending on the size of the bag and exterior. Larger bags offer TSA-approved combination locks for added security.
It’s been said that some things are worth the splurge. And while spending a little extra on a coveted luxury item might feel decadent, a higher price point often results in an elevated level of quality that can feel like a wise return on investment. Or perhaps you’re simply looking to treat yourself to some well- deserved extravagance. Either way, here are a few high-end items that are sure to spark joy.
CULINARY MASTER FOR THE
AVID G OLFER FOR THE
An exquisite trademark of culinary luxury for over 100 years, La Cornue ranges are a nod to the ultimate in French decadence. La Cornue will take your kitchen and cuisine to the next level as each range is crafted by hand and custom designed in a variety of colors and finishes. Designed by Albert Dupuy in 1908, the range was the first to employ natural gas as a modern-day cooking method, now widely preferred by professional chefs. While the original design can start as high as $56,000 depending on the configuration (even higher for a custom design), Williams-Sonoma offers a selection of the ranges beginning at $11,000. Matching hoods and cabinetry are also available through the brand.
At-home workouts have never been more popular, and the MIRROR home gym has taken fitness to the next level. Its streamlined design takes up only two feet, allowing for virtually any space in your home to accommodate a workout without cumbersome equipment. When the MIRROR is off, it’s well…a mirror, and when it’s on, it’s an interactive smart gym with you at the center. For $1,495 plus a $39/month membership fee for unlimited classes across the platform, users can experience a variety of cardio, strength, yoga, and barre classes that are curated to their preference.
There’s probably no one better at splurging on their favorite pastime than a golf enthusiast. For today’s golfers, there is no shortage of high-end equipment and accessories to take out on the links. The Garmin MARQ Golfer Smartwatch allows golfers to access full- color CourseView maps for more than 41,000 courses around the world, and the Virtual Caddie helps with club suggestion and aim. Other features include PlaysLike Distance that adjusts yardages to account for uphill and downhill shots, as well as the Green View feature that provides each green’s true shape from wherever you are on the course. If you can’t up your game with this $1,850 piece of technology, maybe the clubhouse is your best bet.
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*product pricing is subject to change
When it comes to setting yourself up for a productive day – one where you accomplish your to-do list with a positive mindset – it usually starts from the moment you wake up in the morning. Following are 9 simple ways you can set the tone for your day each morning.
SET A ROUTINE
First things first: set a routine and follow it. While it may be tempting to hit that snooze button and avoid that morning walk or exercise class, try to make whatever you implement into your routine a habit. And remember practice makes perfect. According to Healthline, it can take anywhere between 18 to 254 days to form a habit – so find a routine that works for you and do your best to stick with it. Bring structure to your day by creating a to- do list every morning. This not only helps you stay on task, but also gives you a sense of accomplishment every time you check an item off the list. PLAN YOUR DAY
Whether you enjoy your coffee on the porch or take your dog for a walk, sunlight in the morning helps your body wake up. Getting fresh air can also help reduce stress levels and makes you feel more energized. G ET OUTSIDE
Not the biggest fan of exercising? Try to get it over with first thing in the morning. Starting the day with exercise has been said to help improve sleep, boost productivity, and lower blood pressure.
SET YOU UP FOR SUCCESS 9 MORNING HABITS THAT WILL
Don’t forget to eat breakfast. The day’s most important meal will not only kickstart your metabolism, but will give you the energy you need to stay focused.
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MAKE YOUR BED
You’ve heard it from teenagers, and you’ve probably thought the same thing at one time: What’s the point of making the bed if you’re just going to get back in it at the end of the day? Well, because it’s often the first task of the day, accomplishing it means you’ve started your day on a productive note. Not to mention it keeps your space tidy and organized, which is a plus. Although it’s tempting to immediately reach for a cup of coffee in the morning, health experts say that water is the way to go for those looking to improve mental performance and mood. DRINK WATER Another way to carve out “you” time in the morning is with journaling. Whether you jot down things you are grateful for or write about your dreams, there are plenty of ways to use pen and paper to get your mind fresh for the day. MasterClass offers 12 tips to begin journaling. JOURNAL Unwinding isn’t just meant for the end of the day. In fact, research shows that starting out the day with meditation can help lower stress levels and improve focus. Not sure how to begin? There are many apps that will guide you through meditations of your choosing. Check out Headspace , Calm , Simple Habit , Unplug , and Chopra to get started. MEDITATE
what is stream of consciousness journaling?
The idea behind stream of consciousness journaling is simply to wake up, open your journal and write three full pages of any thoughts that pop into your head. Julia Cameron, author of The Artist’s Way , created this approach to journaling as a way for people to unleash their creativity. MasterClass
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unparalleled Global Reach The Christie’s International Real Estate network spans nearly 50 countries and territories, offering services to a global clientele at the luxury end of the residential property market. Home sellers receive national and international exposure, with listings over $1 million getting additional exposure on christiesrealestate.com as well as a variety of syndicated sites that attract affluent consumers, from WSJ.com and MansionGlobal.com to JamesEdition.com, Countrylife.co.uk, and more. Meanwhile, homebuyers have access to more than 15,000 luxury properties in cities all over the world, from New York City to London and beyond.
a brand like NoOther
Christie’s Collaborations Christie’s International Real Estate has successfully marketed high-value real estate around the world for more than 30 years. The company was born out of Christie’s – the world-leading art and luxury business founded in London in 1766. This relationship creates unique cross-promotional opportunities, and also gives our real estate clients another conduit to Christie’s auction, private-sale, and appraisal services.
Following the acquisition of the Christie’s International Real Estate brand and network late last year, @properties has officially become @properties Christie’s International Real Estate. The new name applies to our offices in Chicagoland, Northwest Indiana, Southwest Michigan, and Southeast Wisconsin. “The Christie’s International Real Estate brand has come to symbolize the pinnacle of luxury brokerage and the industry standard for service and professionalism around the world. We’re proud that this concept is now represented in our brand,” said Thad Wong, co-CEO of @properties Christie’s International Real Estate.
To learn more about @properties Christie’s International Real Estate, reach out to an agent today.
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Welcome to Our World
@properties Christie’s International Real Estate connects buyers and sellers to an exclusive international community through our global network of luxury real estate and our partnership with Christie’s world- renowned auction house.
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CHEF IT UP
WINE & DINE
154 W Hubbard Street #503, Chicago, IL Steve Samuels
197 Thackeray Lane, Northfield, IL Annika Valdiserri
1205 W Montana Street #1E, Chicago, IL Debra Dobbs
450 E Waterside Drive #2602, Chicago, IL Chris Pertile
42 E Schiller Street, Chicago, IL Margaret Baczkowski
W3995 Kelly Road, Lake Geneva, Wi Cindy Maher
502 Greenwood Road, Northbrook, IL Connie Dornan
78 Robsart Road, Kenilworth, IL Team Mangel
1181 Lincoln Avenue S, Highland Park, IL Wexler Gault Group
400 W Huron Street #1001, Chicago, IL Carrie McCormick & Anne Killarney
LIVIN G ROOMS
NATURAL LI G HTIN G
8 Saville Row, Barrington Hills, IL John Morrison
902 Pine Street, Winnetka, IL Jena Radnay
159 E Walton Place #6D, Chicago, IL Megan Tirpak
676 E 700 N, Laporte, IN Renny Mills
443 S Quincy Street, Hinsdale, IL Bryan Bomba
139 Lake Vista Circle, Fontana, WI Justin Immel-Esparza
2309 N Geneva Terrace, Chicago, IL Emily Sachs Wong
1532 N Wieland Street, Chicago, IL Grace Sergio & Melissa Govedarica
282 Kimberly Lane, Lake Forest, IL Andra O’Neil
1817 W Nelson Street, Chicago, IL Leigh Marcus
3 Natoma Drive, Oak Brook, IL Chris Crawford
58 Woodley Road, Winnetka, IL Barbara Shields & Ted Pickus
639 Sul Lago, Benton Harbor, Mi Jackson Matson & Anne Gain
RELAX & UNWIND
STUNNIN G FACADES
5 Briar Lane, Glencoe, IL Linda Rosenbloom & Carol Gooze
573 Longwood Avenue, Glencoe, IL Elise Rinaldi & Susan Maman
1105 N Washington Street, Wheaton, IL Julie Schwager
1425 N State Parkway, Chicago, IL Suzanne Gignilliat & Kirste Gaudet
3200 Blackthorn Road, Riverwoods, IL Young Lee
4050 Sterling Road, Downers Grove, IL Katherine Karvelas
2912 N Bayview Lane, McHenry, IL Dominick Clarizio & Judie Fiandaca
2521 Hybernia Drive, Highland Park, IL Ted Pickus
698 S Berkely Avenue, Elmhurst, IL Lea Smirniotis
35 Indian Hill Road, Winnetka, IL Glo Rolighed
55 E Erie Street #5002, Chicago, IL Jeff Proctor
644 E Deerpath Road, Lake Forest, IL Ann Lyon
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830 Ashland Avenue, River Forest, IL Dan Halperin $1,995,000
502 GREENWOOD ROAD, NORTHBROOK Designed by prominent east-coast designer & tucked at the end of the road, this new modern single-level-living, Mediterranean-inspired residence is genuinely breathtaking. The home showcases a series of architectural moments, seamless indoor-outdoor living & an exquisite blend of luxurious materials, natural elements & stunning views. Every space in this 11,500+ square foot home is curated for ultimate enjoyment with open living spaces and high-end finishes that include white oak hardwood floors and marble throughout. masterfully designed LUXURY
Listed By Connie Dornan, 847.208.1397 | $3,950,000
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HOMES THAT MAKE INCREDIBLE
STUNNIN G FACADES FIRST IMPRESSIONS
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1105 N Washington Street, Wheaton, IL $1,895,000
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4050 Sterling Road, Downers Grove, IL Katherine Karvelas $1,695,000
698 S Berkley Avenue, Elmhurst, IL Lea Smirniotis $1,300,000 RI G HT
644 E Deerpath Road, Lake Forest, IL Ann Lyon $2,695,000
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400 W HURON STREET #1001 Located in River North, 400 West Huron is one of Chicago’s most sought-after and exclusive boutique buildings. This incredible 3,065 square foot residence offers 3 bedrooms and 2 ensuite baths plus a powder room. A gracious foyer and gallery lead to an open living space that welcomes grand entertaining or quiet enjoyment with a modern fireplace as the focal point. The sophisticated primary bedroom suite consists of an oversized dressing room and floor-to-ceiling east-facing windows. Every vantage point offers breathtaking views of the city making this home one-of-a-kind. one-of-a-kind living IN CHICA G O
Listed By Carrie McCormick, 312.961.4612 | $2,375,000
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CHEF IT UP KITCHENS THAT WOW
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154 W Hubbard #503, Chicago, IL $1,150,000
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1205 W Montana Street #1E, Chicago, IL Debra Dobbs $1,060,000
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42 E Schiller Street, Chicago, IL Margaret Baczkowski $2,775,000
78 Robsart Road, Kenilworth, IL Team Mangel $2,150,000
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EXTRAORDINARY ESTATE LIVIN G
8 SAVILLE ROW BARRINGTON HILLS, IL A hidden treasure awaits in the heart of Barrington Hills. With unrivaled privacy and tranquility, this majestic home offers 14,000 square feet of luxurious living on a 5-acre site. A grand foyer with dual cascading staircases leads into a two-story great room with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Listed By John Morrison, 847.381.0300 $2,895,000
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WELCOMING & MODERN
LIVIN G ROOMS SPACES TO LOUNGE
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159 E Walton Place #6D, Chicago, IL $1,425,000
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443 S Quincy Street, Hinsdale, IL Bryan Bomba $1,099,000
1532 N Wieland Street, Chicago, IL Grace Sergio & Melissa Govedarica $3,299,900 RI G HT
3 Natoma Drive, Oak Brook, IL Chris Crawford $1,725,000
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entertainer’s home SPECTACULAR
902 PINE STREET, WINNETKA This incredible home, that maintains original architectural details throughout, is all about entertaining with its one-of a kind extra-wide layout and circular flow. The formal foyer leads to an over-sized living room with refinished custom built-ins, a wood-burning fireplace and two separate sitting areas. French doors step out to the newer stone patio surrounded by a manicured, fully fenced yard. This is truly a perfect space for those who enjoy hosting.
Listed By Jena Radnay, 312.925.9899 | $1,599,900
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OUTDOOR SPACES SPRINGTIME HANGOUTS
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5 Briar Lane, Glencoe, IL $4,950,000
Linda Rosenbloom & Carol Gooze
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1425 N State Parkway, Chicago, IL Suzanne Gignilliat & Kirste Gaudet $5,250,000
2912 N Bayview Lane, Mchenry, IL Dominick Clarizio & Judie Fiandaca $2,200,000 RI G HT
35 Indian Hill Road, Winnetka, IL Glo Rolighed $6,950,000
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2309 N GENEVA TERRACE, CHICAGO, IL This impressive extra-wide East Lincoln Park home is truly stunning. No detail was overlooked in this coastal-inspired renovation. The kitchen is a showstopper, with Mexican terracotta floors, an oversized quartz island that includes bar seating, and a wood-burning pizza oven. This home is completed by a one-of-a-kind 55’ atrium over the staircase. JAW-DROPPIN G CITY HOME
Listed By Emily Sachs Wong, 312.286.0800 | $3,565,000
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PLACES TO GATHER
WINE & DINE FOR ANY OCCASION
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Annika Valdiserri 197 Thackeray Lane, Northfield, IL $4,100,000
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450 E Waterside Drive 2602, Chicago, IL Chris Pertile $1,399,900
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W3995 Kelly Road, Lake Geneva, WI Cindy Maher $3,900,000
1181 Lincoln Avenue S, Highland Park, IL Wexler Gault Group $2,295,000
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1817 W NELSON STREET CHICAGO, IL Located in Chicago’s Roscoe Village, this stunning five-bedroom single family home boasts ample space and natural lighting. Masterfully built by expert contractors, this corner property offers an open living room and expansive chef’s kitchen complete with an oversized island. The patio features a gas fireplace and high fencing, creating a serene and private space, only furthering this home’s excellence.
Listed By Leigh Marcus, 773.299.8025 $1,550,000
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USHERING IN SUNNY DAYS
NATURAL LI G HTIN G WITH STATEMENT WINDOWS
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676 E 700 N, Laporte, IN $2,700,000
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139 Lake Vista Circle, Fontana, WI Justin Immel-Esparza $1,000,000
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282 Kimberly Lane, Lake Forest, IL Andra O’Neil $2,400,000
58 Woodley Road, Winnetka, IL Barbara Shields & Ted Pickus $2,800,000
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lake michigan views PANORAMIC
639 SUL LAGO, BENTON HARBOR, MI Remarkable, new construction home with 8,000 square feet of dramatic, open spaces. This home exudes modern luxury with clean lines, sleek features, and panoramic views of Lake Michigan. All four floors feature floor-to-ceiling windows and heated marble floors. The residence offers incredible custom features, such as a striking glass staircase and a hand- made Italian soaking tub. This impressive home is a sight to behold.
Listed By Jackson Matson & Anne Gain, 269.214.0240 | $5,900,000
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FIND A MOMENT
RELAX & UNWIND OF TRANQUILITY
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Elise Rinaldi & Susan Maman 573 Longwood Avenue, Glencoe, IL $11,990,000
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3200 Blackthorn Road, Riverwoods, IL Young Lee $1,285,000
RI G HT
2521 Hybernia Drive, Highland Park, IL Ted Pickus $1,200,000
55 E Erie Street #5002, Chicago, IL Jeff Proctor $4,250,000
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