ON THE MARKET
hired Smith and Moore Architects and Wittmann Building Corp. They commissioned landscape architectural firm Nievera Williams Design to redo the grounds, which have well-planned gardens, a putting green and a heated swimming pool.
“We’ve loved the house,” she says, noting the convenience of its Midtown address, two blocks north of Worth Avenue. “It’s in a great location in town.”
A driveway covered in Old Chicago brick greets visitors, who step through the front door into a foyer that runs the width of the front of the house. With banks of windows, the foyer is open to the south of the living room, which has a working fireplace. Farther south are the dining area and kitchen along with the family room and laundry.
Stairs from the living room ascend to the second floor and the master suite with a sitting room and bathroom, as well as
Built-in cabinetry flanks the window seat in the bay ofthe dining area, which is separatedfrom the kitchen by a counter with pull-upseating.