The riverfront townhouse designed by Harry Weese that hit the market last week to much fanfare has already scored a contract. Designed and developed by Weese, the River Cottage townhouse development and its sail-like facade is not only unique looking, but is also unique in the sense that the units are very rarely available. The unit that entered the market last week was the first time in over 25 years that one of the Postmodern, nautical-themed houses went up for grabs. The 4,100-square-foot three bedroom property hit the market last Thursday with an asking price of $2.3 million and went contingent today. We won't know the offer price until the sale closes. However, there's certainly still a chance that the deal could fall through and another buyer could step up to the plate.
·Harry Weese-designed town home on Chicago River goes under contract [Tribune]
·Postmodern Harry Weese Masterpiece on Chicago River Lists for $2.3M [Curbed Chicago]
·Previous Harry Weese coverage [Curbed Chicago]