Truly peak in high school by living in this converted Chicago condo

The Ultimate Real Estate Dilemma
The Ultimate Real Estate Dilemma

If you've ever loved high school so much that you wish you never had to leave, your wildest dreams have just come true.

If you have a couple of million bucks lying around, you can live in this 1928 Chicago high school and reclaim your reign as prom king or homecoming queen.

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This 4,000 square foot duplex can be found in the former St. Michael's High School building in the extremely desirable Lincoln Park area of Chicago. The school was converted into a condo complex about 30 years ago, the most recent unit selling for around $1.77M in 2007.

Cook yourself up something better than cafeteria food in the newly renovated chef's kitchen featuring white stone countertops and a separate breakfast nook.

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And if you were a basketball player back in your glory days, don't worry about needing to duck your head—the condo features ceilings that ascend upwards of 18 feet high.

The unit includes four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, including a master bedroom adorned with cathedral-style ceilings, in true Catholic school form.

This pad is on the market for $2.2M, which honestly is a small price to pay for the revival of your younger years, minus the Biology homework. Score!

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