The massive mansion at 1955 N. Burling Street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood has scored a contract, again. The house made a big splash in the Chicago real estate market a year and a half ago when it listed for $18.75 million, a price that made this mansion the city's priciest single family home at the time. After a year on the market, the house finally found a buyer and the listing status was changed to contingent in July, but the deal fell through and the estate relisted in September. To help lure a buyer, the estate's listing price dropped down to $16.9 million just a few weeks after relisting. However, just days before the new year rings in, a buyer has stepped up to the plate and the mansion's owner has accepted the offer.