Wednesday, April 3, 2013
In Patch's ongoing real estate column, we look at a three-story, five-bedroom Victorian home in North Evanston with ornate stained glass windows and other historic details.
Looking for a home for sale on the North Shore? Or do you just like to ogle pictures of gorgeous real estate? Each week, Patch features North Shore Wow Homes that fits the bill. Today's installment is a $2.4 million Victorian home at 1742 Asbury Ave. in Evanston. Built in 1889, the three-story, five-bedroom house is replete with period details including ornate stained glass windows, wood panelling and several fireplaces. Other features include a wrap-around porch, sunroom and three-bedroom coach house. For more information, visit the home's Coldwell Banker listing.
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Large first floor living space offers family room, kitchen, living room and dining room with hardwood floors.
From elegant and stately mansions to modern, environmentally-friendly abodes, The North Shore is chock-full of one-of-a-kind homes for sale. Each week, Patch features one ‘Wow House’ that caught our attention. This week Patch has an abode listed by Alan Berlow at Coldwell Banker at 963 Cedar Avenue in Deerfield. Listed at $1,099,000, this dream home boasts a kitchen with eating space and an eating bar, island, butler pantry and pantry closet. The main floor also has a contemporary living room, dining room, family room and a fifth bedroom. There is also a finished basement recreation and exercise room. And, the family house has four bedrooms on the second floor. There are five full bathrooms. Here, take a peek inside, and see what this …
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Can you smell the sea breeze? This 5,600 square-foot estate brings Nantucket design to the North Shore.
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Wednesday, February 1, 2012
From elegant and stately mansions to modern, environmentally friendly abodes, The North Shore is chock-full of one-of-a-kind homes. Each week, Patch will feature one ‘Wow House’ that caught our attention. This week, a 5,600 square-foot Northbrook estate steals our hearts. Set on two acres down a private lane, the $2.9 million showstopper invokes New England with its cedar shake shingles, peaked rooflines, gables and expansive porches. Completed by builder Orren Pickell in 2005, 23 Bridlewood Road won a Crystal Key Award from the Home Builders Association of Greater Chicago for its architectural design. Last Week: Glenayre Mansion Makes This Week's 'Wow' House Inside this mansion, French doors lead through the foyer to an enormous family …
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Patch tours $2.7 million Riverwoods home designed by famed architect's youngest apprentice.
When it came to designing her home, Joyce Marcus knew exactly what she wanted, she also knew precisely who she wanted to build it. “You know how sometimes you meet someone and you’re symbiotic, that’s how it was with Dennis and I,” Marcus remembered of her first interaction with architect Arthur Dennis Stevens. Stevens happened to be one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s youngest apprentices and lived with the noted architect for several years. Marcus first met her dream architect when she moved her business to an office building in Des Plaines. Stevens not only designed the facility but was working there at the time. So it didn’t take Marcus very long to introduce herself. “I walked in their office and I said, ‘This building is amazing,’ ” Marcus…
Friday, March 18, 2011
First Street building has 7-year-old ban lifted; Fiat dealership to open in the city.
Taking a step back from zoning restrictions imposed at the height of the economic boom a few years ago, the City Council unanimously removed first floor leasing restrictions for the building located at 1770 First St. at its meeting Monday. The property at the northwest corner of First Street and Laurel Avenue, which is under receivership imposed by a federal court in New York, can now be leased for any commercial purpose. It is not limited to retail uses on the ground floor. Most of downtown Highland Park was voted into a Pedestrian Oriented Shopping Overlay (POSO) by the council in 2004, when it prohibited any ground floor business that did not generate sales tax. The southern boundary was the north side of Laurel Avenue. This was done…