CHICAGO — Fans of renowned late architect Benjamin Marshall can live inside an early 20th century building designed by him in a condo that's on the market for $2.75 million, according to its listing.
The home at 2355 N. Commonwealth Ave. No. 2 has three bedrooms and three full bathrooms plus a half bathroom, according to its listing by Maureen Moran of Prudential Rubloff.
The three-unit building was designed by Marshall and constructed in 1914, according to the listing.
Among the condo's features are a sun room, renovated kitchen, wood-paneled library and a private exercise room, according to the listing.
A master suite includes a marble bath, steam shower and whirlpool tub.
The building is close to the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum and the lake.
According to real estate website Zillow, the condo was listed in 2012 for $3.5 million before it was relisted a number of times.
More information is available via the home's listing.