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Open House Chicago Recap: DIY Home Office, 8.9M Penthouse With Putting Green and More

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    Architect and designer Allen Villanueva gives us an exclusive tour of this stunning home with some of the best views of the city of Chicago. There's up to 2,000 square feet of outdoor space with a putting green on one of the two terraces while the 5,503 square-foot residence features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, plenty of exotic wood and a wine cellar, which accommodates over 1,500 bottles. For more information about this property, contact broker Jim Kinney of Baird & Warner at 312.981.2081; view the listing. (Published Thursday, Oct 14, 2010)

    On last weekend's Open House Chicago, we kicked off the show with DIY pro Frank Fontana, who turned an unused space into a brilliant home office (watch the below Related Video). We checked out a $1.3 million family-friendly residence in Riverwoods, IL (see below Related Video) and a sleek $8.9 million penthouse, where you can practice your putt on a sky-high putting green (see above video). Interior designer Michael Abrams doled out tips on sophisticated living (watch below Related Video). And finally George Oliphant worked his magic on a stark studio apartment.

     

    Square Feet: $8.9M Penthouse With A Putting Green

    [OHV] Square Feet: $8.9M Penthouse With A Putting Green
    Architect and designer Allen Villanueva gives us an exclusive tour of this stunning home with some of the best views of the city of Chicago. There's up to 2,000 square feet of outdoor space with a putting green on one of the two terraces while the 5,503 square-foot residence features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, plenty of exotic wood and a wine cellar, which accommodates over 1,500 bottles. For more information about this property, contact broker Jim Kinney of Baird & Warner at 312.981.2081; view the listing. (Published Thursday, Oct 14, 2010)