1928 N Mohawk
Metzler Hull, Lincoln Park’s premiere luxury home builder for 25+ years, built the home for the original owner. Known for their exquisite craftsmanship, attention to fine details, and superior quality infrastructure, 1928 Mohawk is a crown jewel in the Metzler Hull portfolio. This home is built to a level rarely seen today in new construction. The site was chosen for its’ premiere location in East Lincoln Park and the wide green space to the south of the home, providing over 15’ of open space between this home and the property to the south.
The lushly landscaped front terrace invites you to the entry and into the expansive and gracious foyer. The elegant living room is anchored by the fireplace, with a gorgeous, antique limestone detail. Both family dinner and parties for 12+ can be enjoyed in the dining room and the cool hidden bar is a little gem. The gorgeous, chef-grade kitchen opens to the casual dining area and big family room with shades and curtains that at the touch of a button close to create one of the two media rooms in the home. Walk out to the raised rear yard with pergola, built-in grill, outdoor dining table, and comfy seating area. The second floor features two large, light filled bedrooms suites and a third bedroom that is currently used as an office. This level also features a west facing terrace with a jetted spa and city skyline views to the south. The stunning primary bedroom suite occupies the entire top floor, with a large sitting room, massive walk-in and hall closets, a luxurious bath with a walk-out balcony overlooking the treetops. The lower level features a private, en-suite bedroom, media room with custom seating, state-of-the-art projection TV/audio, popcorn and soda machines, powder room, and a large mud room with two closets and direct access to the attached, 18’ by 35’ garage that allows for 4 car parking and massive storage. Other special features are the whole home generator, 4 stop elevator, and safe room.
A special home on one of East Lincoln Park’s most coveted streets!
In The News
Read an article by Dennis Rodkin in Crain’s Chicago Business here.