Chic in Chicago
By Magaly • Jun 15, 2013
This chic apartment is located in Chicago, Illinois.
The interior is all stylish and smooth lines and surfaces, with decorative accessories that add personality and character.
It is currently for sale for $1,318,000.
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Chic in Chicago:
“Wide, minimalist home with loft character and lake views from every window. Exceptional wall space for art, Juno recessed low-voltage lighting, inset picture-hanging track, Italian porcelain tile flooring used in galleries, solid-milled aluminum baseboard and architectural mesh window shades.
Arclinea kitchen—open to dining area—with 1.5” Carrara marble counters, aluminum upper cabinetry, lacquer shelving, Miele double oven, Miele ceramic six-burner cooktop and ventilation hood, Miele Optima dishwasher, Miele coffee system, Sub-Zero refrigerator, wide Foster stainless steel sink and Dornbracht faucet. Wine closet with KitchenAid chiller in living/dining area.
Pure lake views from both bedrooms. Master suite includes dressing room with California Closets, quality built-in cabinetry and sleek renovated bath with custom white oak vanity, Kohler Fallingwater wall-mounted faucets, double above-counter porcelain sinks, Kohler toilet and bidet, deep shower with Dornbracht triple shower heads, Myson electric towel warmers. Second bedroom or office with a Murphy bed, new wool carpeting and renovated ensuite bath with custom white oak and granite vanity, Kohler soaking tub, porcelain tile and Kohler fittings.
Rarely found in the building’s Lake Residence units—a finished den/ family room with stainless steel bar sink. Renovated powder room with Kohler fixtures and fittings. Laundry area with Miele side-by-side washer/ dryer. Abundant storage throughout.
Architects, art collectors and other aesthetically-discerning buyers value the building’s high ceilings, huge windows and concrete columns. Heated garage parking (self-park) available at $325/month. No pet weight or count limitations in Lake Residence. Doorman, property management, gym, indoor pool, grocery, drugstore, hardware store, bank and coffee shop—all within building.”
Photos courtesy of Koenig & Strey
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