If you’re going to daydream about real estate all day, why not take a look at multi-million dollar properties? And we’re not talking about your everyday mansion. It’s a wonder. Yes, these modern homes are expensive, but they’re also distinctive and tastefully contemporary in design. Imagine owning one of these stylish residences up to Tigerman. Additionally, two unique homes have indoor pools. What’s not to love?
From the front, you’d never know there’s a modern building addition behind this historic brick façade in Chicago’s Logan Square. This building also houses another coach and his two car garage. He was designed 20 years ago by the head of Miami-based Studio Concepcion Architects. Carlos Concepcion, bright metal and glass extensions open to lush outdoor spaces and large concrete paved patios. The two-story apartment complex has a basement apartment and his two-story building, currently used as a rental site and an artist’s studio with skylights, has been converted into a single his ADU residence can.
local business founder FEI Architects, PC designed this Glenview home as a private residence in 2016. of that site. The exterior is a unique color scheme with teal window frames and light taupe shingles. A floating staircase within the light and airy floor plan leads to a large ensuite bedroom and a conveniently located upstairs laundry room.
In 1964, the late architect Stanley Tigerman founded the company and has built numerous housing projects in the Chicagoland area, including this contemporary beachfront home in Ogden Dunes, Indiana. Known for his playful sense of humor, Tigerman called the house “a house with a pompadour.” front of ripples (now gone) resembled the original client’s hairdo. Design elements are featured throughout the interior. The lower level has an indoor pool and sauna, and the outdoor deck offers stunning views of Lake Michigan.
This expensive and one-of-a-kind modernist design Produced by award-winning Chicago office architect Brad Lynch. Bullinstool + Lynch Nettle Creek surrounds Morris’ 32-acre rustic property. As an example of green architecture, passive solar and geothermal systems reduced energy costs by 75%, but the structure itself was impacted by nearby grain elevators and silos. The 15,000-square-foot home with its minimalist character has everything you’d expect from a multi-million dollar list. But the best part is the indoor heated pool with skylights and retractable roof .