The ivy-covered historic Chicago townhouse that belonged to a late Merrill Lynch vice president is on the market for $9.95 million, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The home located in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighbourhood was built in 1896, according to a listing from Rubloff Properties.
The most recent occupants were late Merrill VP John C. Shelton and his wife Sandy Shelton lived there. Sandy is still the owner, according to the Journal.
“One of the most coveted properties on the Gold Coast. House has 35 rooms, 14 bedrooms, 10 fireplaces and 10 baths, 3 decks plus beautiful brick patio,” the listing states.
It sounds like a dream home. Now we’re going to take a photo tour.
There are 10 fireplaces in the home. This looks like a great spot to cozy up on a cold winter's night.
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