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A historic Glencoe home in the heart of downtown

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Published on Sep 17, 2012

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Before undergoing an extreme makeover, 724 Vernon Ave was a commercial building that housed an Illinois Bell switchboard and, later, the Boy Scouts. The original 14-foot ceilings now make for dramatic interiors.

The home has 5 bedrooms, 4 ½ baths, a 2-car garage with additional parking for 5 cars, a large walled garden and yard, hardwood floors and a great deal of visual flair. The master suite has curving walls and accents, a spacious master bath, and opens to a large deck overlooking the yard.

The home was recently listed for sale for $1,250,000.

The home's location has a very urban feel -- across the street from Friends Park, steps from coffee shops, restaurants, boutiques, the Writers' Theatre and Glencoe's Metra station.

Coldwell Banker's Anne West and Paula Weiss are our tour guides in this sponsored video.

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