This spectacular residence is ready for someone to restore it to its full potential. This Chicago Queen Anne was originally built in the late 1800's by John Nuveen Sr who was one of the originators of municipal bonds. Multiple chimneys, stained-glass windows, decorative gables, steep roof pitches, and endless wrap around porches. The asymmetric design offers endless possibilities. 5000 square feet on an extra wide 56' x 163' lot. The facade must remain, but this floor plan can be converted into a contemporary open floor plan with 21st century necessities to meet every need. Convenient location with Metra stop, Blue line, and expressway all around the corner.
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Listing information last updated on September 22nd, 2019 at 2:35am CDT.