1831 North Paulina , Chicago, IL 60622
Designed to perfection, this entirely custom single family home featured in House Beautiful Magazine is gorgeous from top to bottom. Tall, coffered ceilings, elaborate millwork and herringbone white oak floors are accented with pieces sourced from local and Parisian artists. The main level offers a flowing floorplan which creates distinct but connected areas for entertaining. The living room featuring a custom fireplace imported from Paris which opens to the dining room and stunning light fixtures with a custom built-in. A true chef's kitchen features a 6 burner, 55" BlueStar range with a custom brass hood, Miele coffee bar, butler's pantry and integrated refrigerator with custom cabinetry. A cozy banquette and a large waterfall-edge marble island provide ample seating. Off the kitchen, the family room is full of light and boasts a brass fireplace to match the range hood, and more built-in storage. Upstairs, half of the second floor is dedicated to a sprawling master suite with an oversized walk-in closet designed by ClosetWorks, a luxurious marble bath with dual vanities, brass Kohler + Kallista fixtures, separate soaking tub and Calacatta marble steam shower. Three additional bedrooms all feature en-suite bathrooms and organized closets. The third level opens to the rooftop deck with skyline views and offers a nook perfect for a workspace, plus a wet bar. A home theater with additional wet bar, wine room, and exercise studio can all be found on the lower level along with a large laundry room and mudroom with built-in storage. The outdoor areas of this home do not disappoint - in addition to the roof deck, a spacious patio houses an outdoor kitchen with a woodburning brick oven and a built-in grill and pizza oven plus a third outdoor space above the garage. Every consideration was taken with this property - from the beautiful design to high functionality of Elan home automation, custom window coverings and heated sidewalk, steps and 2-car garage. Situated on a charming treelined street, this home is steps to the 606, Walsh Park, and the boutiques and dining of Bucktown and Wicker Park.