Pullman is a stalwart of the Under $300K Club, its steady stream of ransacked row homes often available for $100K or less. Less common are already-rehabbed properties in the neighborhood's historic core at this price point. Three of 'em hit the market this week— of identical size and part of the same restorative undertaking. The 1,200-square-footers all date to 1888 and have two beds and one-and-a-half baths. Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives (CNI) is the non-profit community development organization behind the gut rehabs, offered with new mechanicals, roofs, appliances, and finishes for $75K to $85K. Pictured above, they are, left to right, 605 E 107th, 10742 S Champlain, and 607 E 107th. Two of the properties are Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) homes where income restrictions apply and down payment is just $1K. All three places have new kitchens, hardwood floors, and back yards. They're planted just north of the old Pullman Administrative Building and one block from the 107th Street Metra. Oh, and didn't you know Pullman has a Walmart?
·Listing: 605 E 107th St. [AMS Realty]
·Listing: 10724 S Champlain Ave. [AMS Realty]
·Listing: 607 E 107th St. [AMS Realty]