An architectural gem on an extra-wide Lincoln Park lot

The exterior of the single-family home at 610 W Belden in Lincoln Park is little changed from the time when it was built on an extra-wide lot in the 1890s.

Architect Ken Schroeder, inspired by a trip to Asia, created dramatic sculptural spaces in a completely-open and soaring interior. Warm woods cap 3-story spaces and a cone-shaped atrium reminiscent of Mount Fuji floods light into the center of the home.

Intimate spaces explode into expansive multi-level spaces in a luxury home that’s better experienced than described.

The home has three bedrooms and 4 ½ baths including his- and hers-baths in the lavish first-floor master suite. The master suite opens to a private patio sheltered by an attached 2-car garage.

The home also has a lower-level 1-bedroom apartment that could be expanded to a 2-bedroom by converting the home’s den. An alternative would be to incorporate the apartment into the home for additional bedrooms.

Berkshire Hathaway’s Joanne Nemerovski is your tour guide in the video. The home will be listed for sale shortly.

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