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Palmer Woods Contemporary with conversation pit wants $900K

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Photos by Nev Muftari for TrueSpaces

The northern neighborhood of Palmer Woods has some of the most exceptional and interesting homes in the city. Here, you’ll find grand estates dating back to the early 1900s, along with some midcentury and contemporary gems you won’t find anywhere else in the city. This newer listing was built in 1965 and from the outside, it almost looks like a place of worship. Inside, that immense foyer brings light throughout the home. The house spans over 5,000 square feet, and it’s listing for $900,000.

We could talk about the six bedrooms, five baths, marble, granite, and more, but really, we love a good conversation pit. Perhaps you prefer to call it a sunken living room—either way, we don’t see them in many houses around here. The expansive living room leads to a beautiful outdoors space. Also find a dining room leading to a gourmet kitchen, additional living spaces, and a spa-like bathroom in the master suite. We don’t see many houses like this, and agent Daniel Treder with O’Connor Real Estate says there has been a lot of interest in it already. Could we see another big sale by the end of summer?