Belmont Heights, IL – A $1,4 million mansion in Belwood Hills, Illinois was once described as “the perfect home.”
Today, that image has changed.
The home is a mix of two different styles, and a new floor plan has been designed for the property.
The property was originally built in the 1970s by the Belmont House Builders and Resorts in Belmonte, Illinois.
The property is owned by the Wilbur and Ann Peche family.
The family was founded in the early 1900s and has been active in the area for more than 100 years.
The house is built on a 30-acre plot, which is approximately 20 acres.
A large number of homes are built on that land, but the Wilbys’ property sits on the eastern side of the Belmontes.
The house was built as an unfinished structure, but a large number have been completed since its construction.
The new floor plans feature an oversized basement and the new attic.
The new basement is nearly 2,000 square feet, with an area of more than 1,000 cubic feet.
The attic area is just over 7,000 sq. feet, and it’s surrounded by an 18-foot-high glass ceiling.
A glass window is located on the right-hand side of this space.
A new flooring system is used in the house, and the exterior wall is made of recycled sheet metal.
The home has an outdoor deck, which includes a deck on the south side of house and a deck and pool area on the west side.
The Wilbys bought the property in 1999, and after a couple of years, the family decided to sell the house.
The price tag for the sale was $1 million.
A few years later, the property went through a major renovation, and renovations were completed in 2017.
The Wilbys took over the property from the Wilberts, who were able to get a large portion of the money for the renovation.
The renovation cost the Wilbetts about $1 and a half million.
They received $1-million for their share, and they paid $900,000 in taxes.
The renovations were designed by Kohn-designed architecture firm BK Homes.
The design of the house includes the addition of a rooftop deck, new bathrooms, and large outdoor spaces.
The current home is located in the former Wilbur House Builder & Resorts property, which sits on approximately 40 acres in Belton Hills.
The Belmont Hill property is a former railroad depot.