This brick and limestone new-build townhouse in Lincoln Park, Chicago is essentially nonsense pastiche architecture, neither Georgian nor French nor, like, anything, but GUESS WHAT - I LOVE IT. And if I had $3.5 million I’d buy it. Like now.
Built in 1859, this three-story clapboard house received a thoughtful renovation and tailored makeover after an unfortunate '90s addition complete with overly formal decorating. The renovated 3-acre homestead redefines its natural and rustic cottage style with a muted palette and varied textures.