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Historic Victorian Hits Market for First Time in Over 40 Years

While the listing for the endangered Arnold-Crowe House near Garfield Park has very recently expired, another historic home has just entered the market. Built in 1889, this lovely South Side Victorian home has hit the market for the first time in 42 years. Rated orange by the Chicago Landmark's Historic Resources Survey, the four bedroom, two and a half bathroom home includes its original hardwood floors, ornate staircase and stained glass windows, although other parts of the home (like the kitchen) have been renovated. A large back yard with plenty of room for gardening is also included. This fully restored and well maintained Victorian can be had for $840,000. Go meet it in person this Saturday afternoon.

·1229 East 50th Street Chicago, IL 60615 [Coldwell Banker]
·1229 E 50th St Chicago, IL 60615 [Redfin]