c. 1897 Victorian
Old Irving Park
Old Irving Park, Chicago Victorian Mansion
True chef's kitchen with custom cabinetry, professional-grade Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf 6-burner + griddle range, Fisher & Paykel double dishwasher, Miele coffee system, wine fridge, and more.
Private top-floor master suite has expansive closets and storage, large bath, and double-sided fireplace. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, sunroom, and laundry on 2nd floor.
The fully finished basement with heated floors adds over 1,400 square feet - great as recreation room, bonus bedroom, or in-law suite. Flowing floor plan, wired sound system throughout, 2 wraparound patios encompassing over 1,900 square feet of outdoor living space along, and massive back yard.
Numerous storage spaces, workroom, 4-car garage, and roof deck.
|Heated Sq. Ft.||5,680|
|8,699 Sq. Ft.|
- Finished Basement
- 2 Car Garage
- Wood floors
- High Ceilings
- Wrap-Around Porch
- Additional garage with roof deck
- Back porch
- Chef's kitchen
- French doors
- Wrought iron fence
HISTORIC HOME: House for Displaced WWII Persons 1949The Polish American Congress to Illinois, on October, 17th 1949, held a dedication and the opening ceremony of a newly acquired Home for Displaced Persons. The designated home located at 4246 N. Kedvale Avenue, Chicago, Ill, was one of many purchased and dedicated at the time. The Home for Displaced Persons, provided shelter for the DP rescued from Germany, during World War II.
On the coming Sunday, Blessing and Opening a Home for Displaced Persons
This coming Sunday, October 23rd, (1949), will be a great celebration of the dedication and opening of the official home for displaced persons, acquired by the Polish American Congress to Illinois. 4246 N. Kedvale Ave., On the northside of the city of Chicago. The many questions on how to get there and find the D.P. Home, we answer:
Access by car or streetcar is easy. Because this house at 4246 N. Kedvale ave., located between Irving Park Road and Montrose Ave. Kedvale ave., Is the third street west of Pulaski Road, and therefore parallel to Pulaski Rd. For trains or buses, it doesn't make a difference where anyone lives, take the transfer to Pulaski, and Pulaski take the tram to number 4200, then walk west towards from Pulaski, the third - we repeat street - is Kedvale Ave., and the blocks are short.
As the photo testifies, the House for Displaced Persons is impressive, surrounded by a beautiful veranda, which are not found next to the residences and apartment houses nearby, so that it is obvious and you do not need to look for it to find its number 4246.
Finally arriving by cars or trams, he notices from the place, numerous guests who will gather in front of the house on the sidewalk and the surrounding garden and on the veranda, so that the house can be viewed not only inside, but also the name. So it will be noisy and lively from late at night, and especially in the evening in the garden by the bonfire, where a beautiful and richly varied program will be conducted by Mrs. Wanda Rozmarek, in which our youth of both sexes will perform...
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