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Last Unit in Wheaton's Striking Courthouse Square Gets $670K

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Last March, Curbed National spotlighted the historic DuPage County Courthouse near downtown Wheaton. Once threatened with demolition, the landmark Romanesque style structure was converted to condos back in 2004. The last of the building's six units on the market, this 3/3.5 condo recently closed for $670K, considerably less than the initial ask. Dubbed The Courtroom, it's the smallest of the bunch clocking in at 3,600-square feet and delivering an open two-story living/dining room. It also stashes a nifty loft space with its very own fireplace. The third floor pad, a "short stroll" from the Metra station, also rocks a study, hardwood floors, and huge walk-in closet. And there's a two-room guest suite for some man cave prospecting, or for when the in-laws come a' calling.
·Listing: 201 Reber, Unit 6 [Home Team Realty Services]
·A Condo Conversion Does Justice to a Former Courthouse [Curbed National]