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A classic Highland Park Tudor home with a modern feel has $7.995M price tag

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A glance at the front façade of this Highland Park house brings to mind all the concepts of a classic Tudor, such as a sloping roof, a stone exterior, and plaid windows. However, as you pass through the front door, you’ll find a modern, bright interior with traces of Tudor’s origins.

The 4209 Arcady Ave. House was built in 1926 and has been refurbished and expanded in nearly 100 years of history. Missy Kennedy-Robinson, a listing agent at Allie Beth Allman & Associates, said the house was significantly remodeled in 2008 and the 0.38 acres of land was redone in 2016. She said the layout of the house was not a “fuss”.

“The interior is very modern, very sophisticated and elegant, but the exterior has an English Tudor style,” said Kennedy Robinson. “Inside, there are old and new.”

The house has 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and 1 semi-bathroom of 5,096 square feet. There is an additional quarter above the separate garage and it is fully equipped with a full bathroom, but this is not included in the square foot.

1/ /8Look at the house at 4209 Arcady Ave. in Highland Park.(Costa Christ Media)

Both the living and dining rooms on either side of the lobby showcase the refreshing, modern interior design of the home. The white-painted walls are a large canvas of modern artwork, and the large windows fill the space with natural light. The kitchen, breakfast room, and family room are designed with an open concept to create a large and flowing space. Adjacent to the family room, there is an additional living room with a fireplace through the doorway. Both the family room and the breakfast room have access to the outdoor space through the glass doors.

All bedrooms in the house are on the second floor. The primary suite is filled with natural light and has a sitting area with a fireplace on one end. The private bathroom has 2 sinks, a separate bathtub and shower, and a custom closet. Coffee lovers should be careful: the primary suite even has a coffee machine and two fridge drawers in case your system needs coffee within seconds of waking up.

The original basement of the house was converted into a media room with a wine cellar. According to Kennedy Robinson, the wall coverings in the media room are made by Hermes.

Outside, there is a pool, outdoor cooking area and fire pit.

The house is on the market for $ 7,995,000.

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