Real Estate: Check Out 5 of the Most Expensive Properties in Chicagoland

735 S. Park Ave., Hinsdale (Photos courtesy of each real estate firm.)

With sale prices way up and inventory moving quickly, the Chicagoland real estate market is sizzling. We’ve compiled a list of the priciest properties, including stunning high-rise units and sprawling multi-acre lakefront estates.

800 N. Michigan Ave., #5801 and #5802, Chicago

$11 million

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When combined, the two 58th floor units in the Park Tower create an 8,000 square-feet home with unparalleled views in all four directions. Opportunities to entertain abound, including a chef’s kitchen that opens to a terrace with a wide lake vista, and a separate guest suite for visitors.

1336 N. State Parkway, Chicago

$10.9 million

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Located in the heart of it all, this 9,000 square-foot brick Georgian home has recently been renovated with top-of-the-line finishes in keeping with its historic character. The spacious five-bedroom manse also includes skylights, outdoor patios, and a private rooftop terrace with wonderful city views.

405 N. Mayflower, Lake Forest

$8.950 million

Luxury is a private beach, and this dwelling on five acres offers 425-feet of sandy Lake Michigan coastline. Renovated and restored in the late 1980s, the 12-bedroom estate boasts hand-carved architectural details such as limestone stairs, plaster relief ceilings, leaded glass windows, and 11 gorgeous fireplaces.

395 N. Green Bay Road, Lake Forest

$7.5 million

Bespoke wood paneling and exposed beams give this stunning landmark-designated house by Lindeberg and Adler a lovely English country feeling, albeit on a far grander scale. Outdoor terraces and a 50-foot swimming pool and spa make the most of the spectacular rural setting on seven-and-a-half acres.

735 S. Park Ave., Hinsdale

$3.995 million

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Oversized arched double doors create a stately first impression for this handsome six-bedroom abode located just steps from charming downtown Hinsdale. Coffered ceilings and limestone fireplaces carry the traditional vibe into the interior, which has a contemporary open floor plan with French doors that open to professionally landscaped gardens.


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Tate GunnersonTate Gunnerson is a Chicago-based freelance journalist with an equal appreciation for natural beauty and good design. He is a passionate supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the National Kidney Foundation.