This barrel-fronted four-story Renaissance Revival sandstone row house in the Prospect Heights Historic District has a number of modern updates among its historic notes. Located at 393 Sterling Place, it was built circa 1898 and designed by Axel Hedman.
It’s currently configured as a two-family, with a triplex over a garden rental. There are original details in the way of a pier mirror with built-in seat in the foyer, two sets of original doors in the parlor-level entry and an oak central stair with carved newel post.
There are four decorative mantels throughout the home. Upstairs, there’s exposed brick and some plaster wall moldings. The parlor level contains the front living room, middle dining area and rear kitchen, the latter with an eat-in island seating five and a ton of cabinet space. A deck off the kitchen leads down to the backyard, with patio.
The third-floor has a large front den, laundry room with two closets and a sink, and a single bedroom, with the other three bedrooms (one quite small) on the fourth floor. Both of the full-sized fourth-floor bedrooms have en suite bath, and one has a large walk-in closet as well. There’s also a skylight on this level, above the stairs.
There’s a small galley kitchen, stand-up shower in the bathroom, a single closet and private entrance in the garden level studio, which is isolated to the front of the unit. A bedroom, office and bath for the triplex are in the back.
It’s currently owned by a former punk rock singer and an executive from Rock Star Games, the company behind the Grand Theft Auto series. Corcoran’s Cheryl Nielsen-Saaf has the listing, which is asking $3.595 million. What do you think of it?
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