Open House: 1328 N. State St.

Designed in 1938 as two separate structures by its first owner, this Gold Coast landmark is commonly known as the Florsheim Mansion.

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1328 N. State St., Chicago | $2.5 Million | LXTV Video: Inside the Property
Designed in 1938 as two separate structures by its first owner, the architect Andrew Rebori, this Gold Coast landmark is commonly known as the Florsheim Mansion after Lillian Florsheim, the shoe heiress and sculptor who bought the place from Rebori in 1946.
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The Galley Kitchen is black-laminate, fiberglass, and stainless-steel, meant to mimic the sleek lines of the era's streamlined railroad cars.
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The third floor features, in different wings, a total of three large bedrooms with adjoining Ribori-style bathrooms.
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The two-story family room features soaring ceilings and a vast fireplace.
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Walking west from the living room is a dining room that takes you into the kitchen.
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The home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. This master bedroom is connected to a master bath.
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A giant glass block multi-level structure in the living and family rooms bring in plenty of sunlight.
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The second level features a large east-facing living room with wood burning fireplace and a large picture window, overlooking State Street and Lake Michigan.
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The residence features a number of innovative spaces. Entering through the legendary gated outer archway, your first level brings you to the office area, a sleek and modern space adjoined by the reception room featuring the signature Rebori glass block wash room. That overlooks the "secret jewel:"a huge outdoor usable garden and patio.
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This media room is just one of the modern comforts in this 2,304 square foot home.
For more information or to schedule a showing, please contact Michael Rosenblum at 312-893-8162. | LXTV Video: Inside the Property | LXTV Open House airs Sundays at 10:30 a.m. on NBC 5 Chicago.
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