To See What Is In Front of One’s Nose Needs a Constant Struggle

Tom Kus was lured from Chicago by a jaw-dropping 13-room Queen Anne that dates to 1894 and, according to the Chicago Tribune, “could pass as a mansion with its bridal staircase, carved glass windows and third-floor outdoor terrace with a bird’s-eye view of the neighborhood.” He bought it nearly fifteen years ago after he saw it listed in a real estate magazine for $300,000. Kus … Continue reading To See What Is In Front of One’s Nose Needs a Constant Struggle