This contemporary Bucktown four-bed with a challenging facade and pleasingly angular interiors has become something of a Curbed favorite. We first approached the then-abandoned and foreclosed property during our springtime architectural walking tour, revisited it as a revamped and re-listed home in August, and now as a $1.44M sale. The home was built in 2007 and never occupied, and originally asked a steep $1.9M. Large, seductive, and majorly-transparent, the home spans four levels with four outdoor spaces— least among them the silly little sliver of high-walled astroturf. It certainly happened the hard way, but we're glad this property is no longer a waste of space.
·Listing: 1809 N Hoyne Ave. [@properties]
·Loopy Contempo Emerges From Renovation w/ $1.5M Ask [Curbed Chicago]
·Here Now, Curbed's Bucktown Architectural Walking Tour [Curbed Chicago]