I’m a sucker for a beautiful, old house.
Built in 1887, this iconic German Village home is as breathtaking as it is spacious. It’s got a modern feel that you won’t find in most 130-year-old homes, and if I’m being honest, it looks like it’s straight out of New York City or Chicago. The house sits on the edge of Schiller Park, offering beautiful views of the park and an entertainer’s backyard.
Additionally, the house has an oversized two-car garage with a lofted living space that the right homeowner could turn into something incredible. It has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and 3,899 square feet. This little (not little) slice of luxury can all be yours for $1,350,000. To view the full listing, you can visit Cutler Real Estate. To take a peek inside, keep scrolling.
I hate to be one of those people, but I’m already sold. They had me at black window frames.
I love the “blank canvas” vibe this house is giving off. It’s just asking for me to create something beautiful and hang it up somewhere.
This dining room is #goals. But is it weird that I’m completely drawn to that wrought iron bannister? What can I say? I’m obsessed.
I love the contrast of dark and light in this kitchen.
The living room is what gives me those big city vibes. It feels like someone’s living room on an HBO drama about a family living in NYC or something.
I feel like this black carpet would eventually stress me out, but right now, I’m here for it.
This closet is so much bigger than my bedroom. My clothes would be so happy here.
I would never leave this room on a rainy day. I spy at least 3 good places to curl up with a book.
When I was a kid, basements were not this nice. Even if they were finished, they definitely involved wood paneling. I also had to walk uphill to school… both ways.
Pool parties. All. Summer. Long.
Honestly, this backyard is one for the books.