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What You Can Buy: Homes with Wine Cellars

An excellent celling point.
By Caitlin Clark |

Puns aside, stumbling across a seriously cool wine cellar while property hunting will always be a treat. Just imagine all the cases of “Two Buck Chuck” you could store. Here, we’ve rounded up a few of the most insane wine cellars on the market today. The homes aren’t too bad, either.


3633 Brown Street

Price: $1,799,000

Numbers: 3 bed | 3.1 bath | 5,020 square feet

Highlights: Situated in the Mansion District of Oak Lawn, the contemporary townhome boasts at $50,000 wine cellar. Though said cellar is only partially visible in the property’s slideshow, the rest of the interior has us confident it’s worth every penny.


40 Braewood Place


Price: $7,995,000

Numbers: 5 bed | 8 bath | 11,090 square feet

Highlights: The nature-infused, modern wine cellar perfectly mirrors the tone of this Graham Greene-designed contemporary estate. The only thing lacking in the temperature-controlled room are the incredible views available in almost every other room in the house. Even the hot tub has a view.



2 Abbey Woods Lane


Price: $9,475,000

Numbers: 5 bed | 5.5 bath | 14,219 square feet

Highlights: To only touch on this French-inspired estate’s subterranean wine cellar (though it is truly a sight to see) would be a crime. There are super cool kids’ rooms to be viewed, 11 fireplaces, a Porsche-filled garage, and nearly two-acres of well-manicured grounds.

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