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Lincoln Park Mansion Covering 5 Lots Sells For More Than $13.3 Million

By Mina Bloom | December 29, 2015 4:15pm
 A seven-bedroom Lincoln Park estate covering five city lots was the city's most expensive single-family home on the market at $18.75 million.
1955 N. Burling St.
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LINCOLN PARK — One of Chicago's most expensive homes has sold.

A 14,000-square-foot mansion, 1955 N. Burling St., sold Tuesday for more than $13.3 million, according to Crain's, which first reported the news.

That makes it the second-highest price paid for a Chicago home this year, Crain's reports. An associate of filmmaker George Lucas paid the highest price for a Chicago home this year, spending $18.75 million on a Park Tower condo.

The asking price for the seven-bedroom Burling Street mansion, which covers five city lots, was $16.9 million. 

Some of the home's amenities include a six-car garage, indoor swimming pool and spa and a home theater.

It also has a garden area south of the main residence that takes it design cues from the Dumbarton Oaks estate in Washington D.C., a listing agent previously told DNAinfo Chicago.

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