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This week: Chicago living

1. Near North Side This four-bedroom, 6,000-square-foot condominium on the 41st floor offers a 360-degree view of Lake Michigan, the skyline, and Lincoln Park. Interior details include an open floor plan, hardwood floors, and a master suite with a spa bathroom and walk-in closets. Building amenities feature a doorman, exercise facilities, and a pool. $4,150,000. Ballis Group/Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (312) 943-1959

2. Wicker Park Built in 2010, this four-bedroom house has an open floor plan. Inside, there is a chef’s kitchen, a media room, and a master suite with a spa bathroom and a private deck. Outside amenities include a two-car garage and multiple decks with skyline views. $2,100,000. Ballis Group/Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (312) 943-1959

3. Near North Side This six-bedroom house, built in 1901, recently underwent a complete renovation. Details include a library, a chef’s kitchen, two fireplaces, and a wine cellar. Sitting on a corner lot, the property features a fenced yard and a deck area over the garage. $2,650,000. Tim Salm, Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, (312) 545-6753

4. Lincoln Park Set on an extra-wide city lot, this custom-built four-bedroom house was completed this year. The steel-and-brick home includes poured concrete floors, custom millwork, catwalks, and 14-foot ceilings. Outdoors, there are two gardens with water features and a kitchen with a pizza oven. $5,495,000. Monique Pieron-Strong, Prudential-Rubloff/Top Agent Network, (312) 925-6299

5. Lincoln Park This five-bedroom brownstone on a double lot was built in 1924. Details include a full-floor master suite, mahogany cabinets, and a conservatory. The fenced yard features a patio, a basketball court, gardens, and a two-car garage. $4,900,000. Debra Dobbs, Koenig & Strey, (312) 475-4522

6. Near North Side Built in 1886 for the inventor of margarine, this five-bedroom house has a two-bedroom in-law unit on the lower level. The interior features seven restored fireplaces, original woodwork, birch pocket doors, an elevator, and a grand staircase. The oversize lot includes a five-car garage. $3,499,000. Mark Icuss, Conlon: A Real Estate Co./Top Agent Network, (312) 733-7201

Steal of the week7. South Side This four-bedroom, gray-stone building was constructed in 1887. A recent renovation created an open floor plan with a fireplace, a gourmet kitchen, and a recreation room with a dry bar. Outdoor amenities include a back deck, a large backyard, and a garage. $394,900. Jason O’Beirne, Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty, (773) 368-3421

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