Chicago’s north side is known for the exquisitely detailed private homes that line its charming streets. To seamlessly fit in within the scale and character of this distinct neighborhood, this new-construction home has a refined and formal aesthetic that showcases our skill in detailing traditional stone masonry. The French Baroque-inspired facade features robust window surrounds, crisp horizontal cornices, and barrel-hooded attic story dormers set in front of a slate roof. French casement windows offer glimpses of the interior from the street while providing abundant natural light throughout the interior. Inside, a graceful curving stair connects the ground-level foyer to the main living area on the 2nd floor. The formal living areas at the front of the home are separated from the more casual, open-concept kitchen and family room by a finely detailed, color-saturated butler’s pantry passage. A large at-grade entry hall, features a center entry, generous service spaces, and a gracefully curved stair leading to the main living level.
Four-story French-inspired city house with rich limestone details.