Margarine Inventor’s Chicago Mansion Is Back On The Market

The 9,200-square-foot mansion built for margarine inventor John F. Jelke is back on the market after a 14-month hiatus, for $3.499 million, up from the previous $3.2 million listing price, reports Curbed.

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The 9,200-square-foot mansion built for margarine inventor John F. Jelke is back on the market after a 14-month hiatus, for $3.499 million, up from the previous $3.2 million listing price, reports Curbed.
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A view of the paneled foyer.
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When entering, you're greeted by a grand staircase.
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There are seven original fireplaces with carved mantles and intricate moldings.
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The bright kitchen has a huge center island.
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There's a lower level in-law apartment near the dining area, seen here.
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One of the two gorgeous bedrooms.
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The master bathroom is spacious and boasts a fireplace and beautiful black and white tile.
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The master bedroom.
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