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    Built in 1902 on Woodlawn Avenue across the street from the University of Chicago, the house is priced at $4.75 million.

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    A historical Hyde Park mansion is coming on the market today at the neighborhood’s highest price by half a million dollars.
     
    The asking price is $4.75 million for the grand red brick house built in 1902 on Woodlawn Avenue and filled with stained glass, original wood trim and a distinctive oval-shaped dining room.
     
    “It’s a very stately and elegant place but a family home,” said Brian Hanessian, who with his wife, Linda Hanessian, has owned the house since 2001. 

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    Planning to downsize now that their three kids are grown, the Hanessians—he's a retired McKinsey consulting partner, she's a jewelry designer—are putting the house on the market March 13. It's listed with Donna Schwan and Marie Levesque of Metro Pro Realty. 
     
    The Hanessians bought the home for what at the time was the neighborhood’s record price, a little over $2 million. In a year-long rehab, they added a rear addition that includes a modern-scaled kitchen and informal dining area, and turned the basement into usable living space.

    While many historical details remain on the main floor, "everything is new on the second and third floors," Brian Hanessian said. 
     
    Originally designed by architects Borst and Hetherington, whose work included several large houses, apartment buildings and hotels in city, the five-bedroom home has a coach house with a four-car garage downstairs and a rentable two-bedroom apartment upstairs.
     

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    In January, a mansion about a block north on the same street came on the market at $4.2 million, a price that hasn’t changed. In next-door Kenwood, a mansion next to former President Barack Obama’s Greenwood Avenue home went off the market unsold after trying for $4.5 million for 18 months.
     
    The highest recorded price anyone has paid for a Hyde Park or Kenwood house is $3.95 million, which buyers paid for the former home of planetarium founder Max Adler
     

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