Rehabbed row home on the Gold Coast’s Elm Street

When a home is 120 years old, there are going to be updates to the living space, but not often is a home gutted down to the walls and refitted like this one has been. The interior of the 1888 row home is completely new, replete with all the automation and smart-home technology you find in high-end homes being built today, as well as some striking finishes.

Koenig & Strey’s Jeani Jernstedt is your tour guide of 44 East Elm, a half a block from Lake Michigan on a historic block of traditional Gold Coast row homes.

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