Stressing out about the looming prospect of winter as another Chicago summer winds to a close? For $2 million, a 10,000-square-foot Kenwood mansion promises to keep you toasty at any one of five fireplaces scattered about the home.
With six bedrooms and five and a half baths, the home is formidable, but has plenty of room situated on an oversize 50-by-291-foot lot. According to the listing, the house was designed by architect Alfred Altshuler in 1897 and was renovated in 1995.
Haute accentes include a wine cellar, polished wood floors and ornate crown molding with original detailing. Got a green(ish) thumb? The property's existing vegetable garden and lush landscaping await a tenant interested in their upkeep.
Located at 4921 S. Ellis Ave., the home was named one of Kenwood's top five priciest mansions on the market last year by Curbed Chicago.
Check out photos of the expansive property below, courtesy of Koenig & Strey: