439 W Roslyn Place
Built In 1895 This Exquisite Gothic home is a true piece of Chicago history
Located in Lincoln Park’s Arlington - Roslyn historic district, this home was originally owned by Gustav Hessert, a Chicago physician and his sons.
The grey stone exterior features a 3 story turret with curved bay and pointed arched windows, conical roof and Gothic tracery wood in the front door.
The home currently has 5 bedrooms and 3.1 baths and features an expansive living room, dining room, family room, den, climate controlled wine room and modern kitchen with premium appliances; however, this versatile floor-plan could be reconfigured to your personal style.
The beautiful architectural details have been meticulously preserved both inside and out, while the electrical and mechanicals are updated, including zoned space pac air conditioning.
Enjoy the outdoors with an intimate backyard and roof deck space off of the third floor.
A deeded over sized heated parking space is located around the corner at 2431 N Clark St.
Located in Alcott Elementary and Lincoln Park High School districts and close to shopping, restaurants, public transportation, parks, lake front and everything that Lincoln Park has to offer.
This home could be eligible for the Chicago Historic Renovation Tax Freeze and the Historic Easement Tax deduction.