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If a Tree Falls in a Forest, Does it Create This Apartment?

Our midwestern cousins at Curbed Chicago have just shed light on this A.M.F. Colton-designed Victorian in Chicago's historic Gold Coast district. With interior details such as wainscoting, molding, and one fireplace per each of the three stories—not to mention a sizable percentage of the world's total mahogany supply—the place seems to have stood still since it was built, in 1883. Unforch, relics of interior architecture past come with the decidedly 21st-century price tag of $5.9M.
· Mahogany Mania: A Gold Coast Mansion With Lots of Hardwood! [Curbed Chicago]
· 1432 North State Pkwy [Koenig & Strey]