1081 Sheridan Road
A socially-diverse suburb on Chicago’s prestigious North Shore, Highland Park is home to Ravinia and its internationally-known music festival, as well as nearly 30,000 residents. Experiencing growth spurts in the early 1900s, as well as the 1950s, Highland Park’s housing stock differs from the more traditional residences that dominate other North Shore suburbs. While the upper-bracket estates and modern masterpieces one would likely associate with the North Shore are present and accounted for, it might surprise potential homebuyers to discover that there are a number of more modest homes and condominiums available in the area as well.
One Highland Park property on the more lavish side of the spectrum is the 5,697 square-foot single-family masterpiece located at 1081 Sheridan Road. Represented by Michael Heagney of Koenig & Strey’s Lake Forest office, this six-bedroom home was originally built in 1929, and is situated on over an acre of land. Boasting a beautiful Mediterranean-inspired aesthetic, features here include arched doorways, decorative wrought-iron railings, stenciled wood beam ceilings, artful moldings, and hand painted original European tile, as well as seasonal Lake Michigan views.
3535 Patten Road
Or try the more modest two-bedroom condo available in the fabulous Ravines at Fort Sheridan. Located at 3535 Patten Road, and represented by Jane Yarbrough, Unit 6G features a granite kitchen with island, nine-foot ceilings, master with a sitting area and bath with double marble vanities, two walk-in closets, in-unit laundry, lots of closet space, and two garage parking spaces.
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