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The very best opportunity this year at 340 On the Park. Incredible view height from floor to ceiling windows of Lake Michigan above the east high-rises, Parks and glittered Architectural Wall of the city Skyline. This home boasts the finest upgrades including an open kitchen concept with enlarged island, 1.25" straight edge granite counters, mosaic backsplash, Snaidero cabinetry in a ridged ebony finish. High output Viking cooktop and double ovens, vented culinary hood, GE Monogram oversized fridge with ice/water dispenser, wine fridge. Separate living and dining areas with fireplace dressed in marble hearth and built in cabinetry and shelving. Pristine bamboo floors. Crown moldings. Ancillary bathrooms with granite/marble, raised vanities and subway tile. Powder room with floating vanity and custom wall covering. Master suite offers walk in closet with built ins, 1.25" marble counters, dual vanity, floor to ceiling marble, enlarged steam shower with bench and bodysprays. Linen closet.
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