On the Market: Own the Home of the Architect That Designed Pullman

June 07, 2014

This 122 year old Kenwood home once belonged to Solon Spencer Beman, the architect of Chicago’s historic Pullman district, and it could now belong to you for $950,000. Though the broker babble in the listing states that home has “untouched vintage details”, in typical rehab style, the home sports a mismatched kitchen and bathrooms. Even still, the six bedroom, three bathroom home certainly does have some old world charm to it with its wood burning fireplaces and extensive gardens. Surrounded in greenery, the 3,800 square foot home appears to offer privacy while still being close to civilization.

·1030 East 49th Street, Chicago, IL [Estately]

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