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$9,999,999 price undisclosed For Sale

4501-09 S. Greenwood
Chicago, IL 60653

5 beds, 4 baths | Single Family Home
5,650 sq ft; lot: 21234 acres - MLS# off market
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Description

Historic Landmark Home w/2 Adjacent Parcels (3 PINs total)
Parcel Numbers & Taxes:
20-02-314-001-0000 – $2,253.82
20-02-314-002-0000 – $12,247.03
20-02-314-003-0000 – $1,804.40
Tax Year:2016
County: Cook

Lot Size: 21,234sf total (3 PINs)
4501 S. Greenwood – 8,062sf – 41’ x 198’
4505 S. Greenwood – 6,435sf – 33’ x 197’
4509 S. Greenwood – 6,737sf – 34’ x 197’

Total Building Size: 5,650sf
home being sold AS IS

Home Details:
Three levels of above grade living include 5 bedroom, 4 bath with two kitchens, two living rooms, nursery, formal dining room, full, unfinished basement on 33’ x 197’ lot with two additional parcels, one of each side! Endless possibilities. SOLD AS IS.

1st floor: very spacious living room, dining room, kitchen, full bath
2nd floor: master bedroom w/bath, attached nursery, two additional bedrooms, additional full bath
3rd floor: living room, two bedrooms, full bath, kitchen
basement: full, unfinished basement with mechanicals

Historic Landmark Overview
“David S. Googins commissioned architect William H. Pruyn, Jr., to build a house at 4505 South Greenwood Avenue in June, 1905. A retired vice-president of the Chicago Packing and Provision Company, Googins had lived for a number of years in a house that no longer survives at 4337 South Drexel Boulevard before having this building constructed. Pruyn, whose father was a real-estate developer in the Kenwood community from the 1880s through the turn of the century, was an architect who concentrated on residential design and practiced in Chicago from the 1890s through the early 1920s. The house is a massive three-story brick structure with a large two-story bow, a false mansard front roof with a single hip-roofed dormer of generous proportions, and classically inspired details.” – source “City of Chicago Landmark Designation Reports”

Features

  • Number of Parcels: 3
  • Kitchens: 2
  • Living Rooms: 2
  • Zoning: RT-4
  • Sub Type: Lots and Land
  • Year Built: 1895

Courtesy of:

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  • Antje Gehrken
    President | Managing Broker
    A.R.E. Partners
    Licensed Realtor® in Illinois & Indiana

    312-300-7237 x.216
    email Antje
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