Chicago's Most Magnificent Penthouse! Live life at the very top in Chicago's ultimate luxury residence on the highest residential floor (92nd) of the iconic "Hancock" building, spanning the entire S/E corner with 65 linear feet of windows offering breathtaking, mesmerizing views of Lake Michigan and Navy Pier to the east, and virtually the entire city of Chicago to the south and west. Never before on the market, this spectacular and incomparable 4BR/4.1BA sky home is a combination of three units and was meticulously remodeled with the absolute finest finishes by world-wide designer Danielle Richter. The exceptional floor plan offers over 3,300 SF of effortless living on one level and centers around the truly expansive open concept main living space on the home's southeast corner with views to the horizon from every window. Exquisite design elements include a De Giulio kitchen with beautiful German Silver and Ivory Lacquer cabinetry, Artistic Tile backsplash in Calcutta and Mother of Pearl, under-cabinet lighting, fabulous 13FT island with bar stool seating, gorgeous 2.5" thick natural Quartzite countertops, paneled Sub-Zero in antique mirror that reflects the lake views, Wolf induction range and microwave, window desk nook overlooking Lake Michigan, and an adjacent 200+ bottle built-in wine cave. The primary suite is an oasis of serenity with a 23FT wall of windows overlooking Lake Michigan, soaring 12FT tray ceiling, a cozy sitting area with striking two-toned marble ecosmart fireplace, specialty lighting from France, and the most remarkable custom walk-in closet with floor-to-ceiling built-in cabinetry and chic 8FT rolling ladder with attached bar. The sumptuous en-suite primary bath is a rejuvenating work of art with a Calcutta Gold soaker tub carved from a single block in Italy, heated floors with custom mosaic tile, Calcutta counters with hammered polished nickel sink, Waterworks fixtures, and large separate shower with body sprays. Bedrooms two and three are also en suite, and the third bedroom/library features a hidden Murphy Bed and dual fold-down secretary desks for supreme convenience and utility. The fourth bedroom/den is adjacent to the living room and offers a suspended multi-panel door with wall niche for maximum entertaining and lifestyle flexibility. Wonderful in-unit laundry with Miele front-loading washer/dryer, 8FT Carrara marble countertop for easy folding, deep sink, floor-to-ceiling cabinetry for storage/supplies, and room for three hampers. Additional fine features include motorized shades, extensive specialty lighting, custom wall coverings, flush-mount ceiling audio speakers, and so much more.
Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Chicago
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