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The library at 1112 W. Wrightwood Ave.

Searching for your luxury urban oasis? Look no further than these three Chicago homes, priced at or below $6 million.

1112 W. Wrightwood Ave.

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$3,250,000

With sophisticated architecture and opulent design details (think expansive windows, a built-in library and sky-high ceilings), this contemporary Lincoln Park abode offers a meticulously designed floor plan, a French-inspired landscaped backyard and a stunning second-floor primary bedroom, complete with two walk-in closets, a double vanity and a soaking tub. The 6,410-square-foot residence has recently undergone an extensive exterior renovation, adding a new laundry room, a new roof, three HVAC systems and more. With six bedrooms, six bathrooms and one half-bathroom, the home incorporates common spaces for the whole family, including a spacious kitchen with a wet bar, a family room, a wine room, a mud room, a front patio and a professional-grade exercise room. Situated in the highly coveted Lincoln Park neighborhood, future homeowners will live near the area’s renowned schools, scenic Jonquil Park and beloved dining and shopping destinations. Suzanne Gignilliat, @Properties Christie’s International Real Estate, 773.394.4717, atproperties.com

1600 S. Prairie Ave., Unit 2404

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$3,750,000

Nestled in the South Loop, this expansive, two-bedroom, 3½-bathroom home features resplendent design elements, including custom California Closets, natural stone details from Callia Stone Boutique, tiles by Ann Sacks and top-notch lighting fixtures from brands like Roll & Hill, Thomas Pheasant and Arteriors. The unit offers a freshly renovated open layout, smart home features, sprawling bedrooms and a 3,000-square-foot private rooftop with skyline views for all your entertaining and alfresco dining needs. The kitchen features Wolf Subzero appliances, custom millwork from Grace Taylor Designs, two gas fireplaces, a hidden wine fridge, a Zip Water tap, Apex hardwood floors and bespoke kitchen passthrough shelving designed by Chicago-based artisan Zak Rose. Residents can adjourn to the primary bedroom, with views of the historic Prairie Avenue, dual closets and his-and-hers bathrooms featuring a steam shower, a soaking tub and more. Michael Murphy, Sheila Dantzler, Sotheby’s International Realty, 312.282.7424, sothebysrealty.com

1908-10 N. Dayton St.

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$5,400,000

Located on Lincoln Park’s charming Dayton Street, this sprawling city sanctuary has six bedrooms, five bathrooms and three partial bathrooms. The abode combines historic finishes—like an all-brick and limestone facade—with luxurious details, including meticulous trim and millwork accents, designer wallpaper and custom lighting fixtures. Expansive windows usher in abundant natural light, illuminating the home’s custom limestone mantle, marble kitchen countertops and great room French doors. Designed with indoor and outdoor living in mind, the property encompasses a fully landscaped side yard, a roof deck with irrigated planters, a raised rear patio with a brick and limestone wood-burning outdoor fireplace and a covered rooftop deck with a pergola. Relax and let off steam in the lower level—complete with a rec room, fireplace, a custom-designed wet bar and a wine cellar that holds up to 600 bottles—or rejuvenate in the primary bedroom, outfitted with two large walk-in closets and a marble bathroom with a steam shower, a luxurious soaking tub, heated floors and separate dual vanities. Megan Tirpak, @Properties Christie’s International Real Estate, 773.472.0200, atproperties.com

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