It didn't take long for this converted storefront in North Center to get snapped up. We featured the single-family home in April, soon after it hit the market for $750,000. In June, Chicago mag's Dennis Rodkin visited the home to get some of the backstory. The place was built in 1908, and it originally served as a bakery, but was later used as a candy store. A couple of New Yorkers bought it in 2005 for $720,000, and they made some improvements, including the addition of a skylight and a modern, suspended fireplace. This week, the 3BD, 2BA home sold for $675,000.
· Storefront Converted to Impressive Single-Family in North Center [Curbed]
· Roscoe Village's Splendor in the Glass [Deal Estate]