Looking for a nice old two-flat in Old Town? Here's a brick building that dates back to 1886 and has heaps of curb appeal. The understated brick exterior is complimented by the red front door, which is always a classic look. Inside, you've got two units with nice hardwood floors and lots of natural light. The kitchen and bathroom in the one unit is certainly a relic from a remodeling done in the '80s or early '90s, but otherwise, there's a lot to appreciate here.
According to the listing agent, this building has only exchanged hands five times since it was constructed over 130 years ago. The house is also being marketed as a possible single family home conversion. It's just hit the market and is asking $1.2 million.
·242 W St. Paul Avenue Chicago, IL 60614 [Redfin]
·Previous Old Town coverage [Curbed Chicago]