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For $650K: Vintage Two-Bed In DeGolyer-Designed LSD Co-op

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Another day, another ritzy Lake Shore Drive co-op. This time, it's a slim seductress built in 1929 and designed by Robert DeGolyer, the same architect behind a slew of other beauts along the lakefront. And residing within the prestigious 27-story gem, you'll find this relatively affordable two-bed, on the market for $650K. The 1,850-square foot interiors spread out generously over a half floor and include vintage details like crown molding and an elegant fireplace. The kitchen is a little short on space and in need of some upgrades, but it still manages that coveted sub-zero fridge. These waterfront digs also offer up hardwood floors, two ensuite baths, a dry bar, den, extra storage, and a formal dining room. And you'll have views of Oak Street Beach from the sixth floor perch, so bring the binoculars. Oh, and it's probably worth noting the right out of the gate $67K reduction over the unit's 2008 sale price.
·Listing: 1242 N Lake-Shore, Unit 6 [Koenig & Strey Real Living]