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You can step inside this mansion on the City Style House Tour.
Photograph: Martha WilliamsYou can step inside this mansion on the City Style House Tour.

Take an exclusive sneak peek inside three Lincoln Park mansions

Zach Long
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Zach Long
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If you've ever taken a walk through the streets of Lincoln Park, you've probably stumbled upon a few gorgeous urban mansions that you wouldn't mind stepping inside for a quick look around. You could knock on the door and ask nicely, but you'll probably have better luck if you attend the City Style House Tour on May 17. The event will allow architectural enthusiasts to walk through five expansive private residences in Lincoln Park, preceded by a catered reception at Boka. We got a sneak peak inside three of the mansions that will be included in the tour. Try to contain your real estate envy.

Liederbach and Graham designed home (10,000 sq. ft.)

The most impressive thing about this mansion has to the original Andy Warhol pieces hanging on its walls. We're also big fans of the cozy library, the kitchen's arched brick ceiling and the winding staircase fit for a ritzy hotel lobby.

Liederbach and Graham, architect; Steven Gambrel, interior design.Photograph: Martha Williams

Liederbach and Graham, architect; Steven Gambrel, interior design.Photograph: Martha Williams

Liederbach and Graham, architect; Steven Gambrel, interior design.Photograph: Eric Piasecki

Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson designed home (5,500 sq. ft.)

This hyper-modern Lincoln Park home looks like something out of a science fiction movie, incorporating prominent steel beams and a clean, bright design. All that's missing is a robot maid and a flying car.

Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson, architects; Crescent Rock, builders.

Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson, architects; Crescent Rock, builders.

Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson, architects; Crescent Rock, builders.

Liederbach and Graham designed home (8,375 sq. ft.)

The exposed brick and lofted ceiling in this home's living room give the impression of a hunting lodge dropped into an urban setting. You can commune with nature in the sun room or escape to the luxurious bathroom.

Liederbach and Graham, architect; Novak Construction Company, builder.Photograph: Tony Soluri

Liederbach and Graham, architect; Novak Construction Company, builder.Photograph: Tony Soluri

Liederbach and Graham, architect; Novak Construction Company, builder.Photograph: Tony Soluri

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