This 4-bedroom half-floor unit in the Playboy Mansion at 1340 N. State Parkway in the Gold Coast came on the market in early November 2015.
It’s been publicized all over the media because units rarely come on the market in this famed mansion.
According to Wikipedia, the 70-room French brick and limestone mansion was built in 1899 for Dr. George Swifth Isham.
Hugh Hefner moved in in 1959. Apparently the top two floors served as dorms for the bunnies.
Hefner moved to his California mansion full-time in 1974.
The mansion was turned into 7 condos in 1994.
It has tall ceilings, 3 fireplaces and a foyer.
This unit is on the south, east and west corner.
It is all on one level and includes a 16×11 covered terrace.
The listing says it has had a recent renovation.
The all white custom kitchen has luxury stainless steel appliances.
There is a master suite and 2 en suite bedrooms.
It has central air, washer/dryer in the unit and 2 heated garage parking spaces.
The house is always a stop on walking and biking tours of the Gold Coast. It’s living in a Chicago landmark.
Some of you may recall, the last unit we chattered about in the Playboy Mansion, the “ballroom unit” because it was formally the house’s ballroom, sold in just 9 months for $5.2 million when the market was still awful, in May 2012.
See our chatter about that unit here.
With these units rarely on the market, will this one sell in even less time?
Janet Owen at Berkshire Hathaway KoenigRubloff has the listing. See the pictures here.
Unit #3S: 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 4300 square feet
- Sold in June 1994 for $535,000
- Sold in January 1998 for $1.475 million
- Sold in August 2004 for $1.575 million
- Sold in August 2008 for $3.275 million
- Currently listed for $5.75 million
- Includes 2-car garage parking
- Assessments of $2847 a month (includes water, exterior maintenance, scavenger)
- Taxes of $47250
- Central Air
- Washer/Dryer in the unit
- 3 fireplaces
- Bedroom #1: 18×18
- Bedroom #2: 15×13
- Bedroom #3: 14×12
- Bedroom #4: 13×12
- Family room: 25×17
- Office: 10×10