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Rarely Available Single Family in the Hutchinson Street Historic District

by Chicago Agent

4,000 Square-Foot Historic Home Occupies a Professionally Landscaped, 50-Foot Wide Lot Near the Lake and Parks.

The Mission Style home at 734 W. Hutchinson Ave., near Montrose Avenue and Marine Drive, is part of a little-known historic district of large Prairie Style homes, say co-listing agents Kieran Conlon and Patrick Cullen, of CONLON/Christie’s.

Within the boundaries of the Hutchinson Street Historic District are six notable homes by George Washington Maher; there was once a home by Frank Lloyd Wright that has since been demolished, according to Chicago magazine.

The 4,000-square-foot home at 734 Hutchinson occupies a professionally landscaped, 50-foot wide lot near the lake and parks.

The asking price is $1.95 million. The listing was featured in Chicago magazine.

Built in the early 1900s it has been tastefully renovated and includes an oversized living room with marble fireplace and arched French windows. A large dining room leads to a chef’s kitchen with cherry cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a SubZero refrigerator.


The second level has a four bedrooms, including a master suite with entertainment center and marble bathroom. There is even a bonus room above the porte-cochere that could function as a sunroom or office.

The private backyard features a new brick paver patio.

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