Straddling Old Town and Lincoln Park, this charming rowhome on Wisconsin Street recently hit the scene with an ask of $1.075M. Built in 1876, the 3/2.5 Italianate's modest set back allows for a decent-sized, though not very private, front yard embraced by shade trees and plenty of cast iron fencing. Clocking in at 2,067-square feet, the interiors keep things vintage while sporting some modern updates to the kitchen (Thermador appliances), master bed, and home office. But what really sets it apart: an expansive rooftop terrace, the only one of its kind in the entire row of homes, so you won't have to deal with pryin' eyes when you're up there catching some rays. Need more outdoor space? Try the landscaped garage deck or pocket park across the street. On the market for seven days, this place is also comes through with three fireplaces, a walk-in closet, a pair of kitchens, family room, and a two-car detached garage.
·Listing: 356 W. Wisconsin St. [Koenig & Strey Real Living]