House Converted from Former IL Station Sells for $1.2M

Highland Park City Hall. Photo via Wikipedia.

A Highland Park (IL) house that was once a fire station serving the now-decommissioned Fort Sheridan military base has sold for $1.2 million, reports ChicagoTribune.com.

The five-bedroom, 5,400-square-foot vintage brick house was built around 1893 and designed by the Holabird & Roche architectural firm. It was converted from a station to a single-family home after the military base closed in 1993, then it was completely renovated and expanded in 2004.

Public records did not identify the buyers.

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