This grand penthouse pad is perched atop stately 6 North Michigan Avenue, a deluxe condominium tower situated in Chicago’s historic Michigan Boulevard district. Built over a century ago and designed by Richard Schmidt in 1899, the historic brick building was the tallest in Chicago, being topped with a 10-story tower, a pyramid, a temple and an 18-foot-tall weather vane shaped like a female figure. It used to be the HQ of the Montgomery Ward Company, meant to increase its clients’ trust, and also had a public observation deck. Later on the tower and the temple were taken away for reasons of safety. Yet, the observation deck has been preserved and encased in glass and the building was renovated in 1923 and completely restored in recent years.
Over the past several years there have been recorded incredible high sales for luxury homes in the proximity of Silicon Valley and San Francisco. The historic Hillsborough estate, one of the priciest homes in California, … Read more
This sumptuous waterfront historic mansion dubbed “Century Oaks” is located in Pinellas county seat, Clearwater, in the state of Florida. Built back in 1915, the luxury walled home boasts 14 bedrooms, 12 full and 9 half bathrooms and sits on 3,45 acres offering breathtaking views of the lavish grounds.
This sprawling mansion is situated at 1547 N Dearborn Parkway, Chicago, Illinois. It was built in 1891 and recently was extensively restored. It was designed by late 19th century Chicago-based interior designer, architect, and furniture maker, August Fiedler.
This stunning residence, among the most distinguished historic homes in Savannah, Georgia, was designed by renowned designer John Norris and won an AIA citation award and ASID awards for excellence in interior design for the renovation work. In 2008 the Historic Savanna Foundation gave it a Preservation Award and in 2009 the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation awarded it for excellence in rehabilitation. The original detail is kept while the facilities are top-of-the-line.