Monday, February 18, 2013
Patch has rounded up the priciest 'Wow Houses' we've run in the past year. If you like to ogle North Shore homes for sale, take a peek.
It's Presidents Day. Which may have you thinking about that impressive white house at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. But we've got plenty of impressive abodes here on the North Shore, too. Each week, Patch features a "Wow House" for sale in our area. Today, we've pulled together the most expensive ones from our North Shore sites over the past year. Some are still for sale, others now have new owners. They all feature photos. So if you like to peruse photos of impressive homes for sale, click through to check out these impressive homes. $5.9 Million Deerfield House Has Nine Fireplaces This dream home boasts 18 rooms including seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, nine fireplaces and a grand ballroom. Jim McMahon's former $5.45M Northbrook Home For Sale …
Wednesday, September 26, 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, August 29, 2012
Each week, Patch features stunning North Shore real estate. This week's Wow House was once the former Chicago Bears' 5-bedroom Bridlewood Road home that includes a racket ball court and exercise facility.
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 a different North Shore Wow House that fits the bill. Today's installment is a $5.45-million Northbrook home for sale. According to the Northbrook Star, the home once belonged to former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon and features a workout facility, steam room,. sauna, racket ball court and bar. The house at 34 Bridlewood Rd. also has four fireplaces, five bedrooms, eight bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. For more information, visit the home's Coldwell Banker listing.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Each week, Patch features stunning North Shore real estate. This week's Wow House is a 6-bedroom Kenilworth Avenue home that includes five bathrooms and a two-story reception hall.
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 a different North Shore Wow House that fits the bill. Today's installment is a $2.79-million Kenilworth home for sale. The Kenilworth Avenue house offers an indoor pool and spa, two-story reception hall, six bedrooms, five full baths and two half baths. For more information, visit the home's Coldwell Banker listing.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
631 Glendale Drive offers nearly one half acre of land and 3,700 square feet of colonial luxury.
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 Glenview stunner situated in the Village’s elite Glenayre Park steals the show. Listed at nearly $2.5 million, this dream home boasts five bedrooms, six baths and unmatched attention to detail. Here, take a peek inside, and see what this high-end price tag fetches in 60025. Is your home a ‘Wow’ House? Want to nominate a spectacular, unusual or just plain cool property on the North Shore? E-mail us: email@example.com
Monday, March 5, 2012
David Haid's modernist masterpiece and former home on Michigan Avenue in Evanston was under contract a week after it went on the market.
The modernest architect David Haid is best known outside of architecture circles for designing the "Ferris Bueller" house in Highland Park with its glass-enclosed pavilion hanging over a ravine. But the architect's own former home, at 1221 Michigan Ave., was impressive enough to sell for $1.1 million last month, according to Chicago Magazine. Related: Check out Patch's latest "wow house." You can get a look at the sleek interior in these listing photos. According to the Chicago Magazine article, the home was under contract a week after its owners put it on the market last summer, and closed Feb. 17 Haid's Highland Park home was put on the market for $2.3 million in 2009 and then dropped to $1.8 million. It was taken off the market last …