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Sleek Architect Owned Bucktown Rehab Wants $1.05M

Originally built in 1907, this antique, architect-owned Bucktown home at 1907 N Hoyne received a full interior renovation in 2004, and now it seeks a new owner at the cool price of $1.05 million—though with its high-end finishes and well-preserved brick exterior, it looks to be worth twice that much. The custom eat-in kitchen hosts stainless steel appliances and a huge island, and the hotel-inspired bathrooms and new deck in back intone the aesthetics of a refined urban retreat. The home, which sits on a 2,400-square-foot lot and boasts hardwood floors throughout the interior, includes four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, and the master bedroom also includes two sizable closets. And in addition to the detached two-car garage, the home is also steps from the Western Blue Line stop, various bus stops on Ashland and Diversey, and the new 606 trail—which is continuing to prove a boon for real estate in the area.

·1907 North Hoyne Avenue, Chicago, IL [Estately]