1894 Queen Anne Victorian In Forest Park Illinois

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1894 Queen Anne Victorian In Forest Park Illinois

1894 Queen Anne Victorian In Forest Park Illinois

$649,900

SOLD

905 Elgin Ave, Forest Park, Illinois, 60130

5 Beds ¦ 2.5 Baths ¦ 4100 SqFt ¦ 0.07 Acres

Queen Anne Victorian

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Realtor Information:

Riley Mockler ¦ Avenue 1 Realty Group ¦ (773) 622-4663


About This 1894 Queen Anne Victorian In Forest Park Illinois

The historic Lobstein House, 1894, is a stunning example of Queen Anne Victorian style. Meticulous, beautifully restored details, rich woodwork in cherry, oak & maple frame this warm & inviting home. Large light filled rooms designed in an open style create amazing flow ideal for entertaining. The formal foyer is a showcase of woodworking skill from the grand stair to its enchanting window seating.

Formal Living rm features original pocket doors, pier mirror, wbfp & graceful wooden archways. Dining w butler pantry & lead glass windows. Updated kitch w granite, stainless steel + breakfast bar. Professionally landscaped yard w gourmet grill, firepit w seating + lg patio. 5 bds + den 2.5 bths on 4 levels. Mbrm is 29×18 w WIC. 3rd fl rec room. LL features in law apart w kitch, lndry + bth. Many updates – hot water, roof, plumbing + electric. Heated 3.5 car garage w attic storage + prkng pad. GREAT CURB APPEAL & LOCATION, WALK TO EL LINE & ALL AMENITIES FOREST PARK HAS TO OFFER. MUST SEE!


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1 Comment

  1. The exterior of this home absolutely stunning! Not to mention the 1st floor woodwork – wow! This is the stuff of old house lovers’ dreams. The kitchen is a bit of a letdown in terms of finishes, and perhaps layout, but the size is period appropriate. I’m sure the master bedroom was originally at least two separate rooms. I would have used some of that space to add an en suite master bathroom and closet. If money were no object, I would live here in a heartbeat!

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