Located in the heart of Chicago’s Ukrainian Village — recently named the country’s hottest housing market by Redfin — this seven-bedroom vintage mansion offers a great spot to raise a family and also earn a bit of supplemental income via a pair of attached apartments. Built in 1900, the Henry Worthmann-designed home sports all new electrical, plumbing, HVAC systems plus a renovated kitchen and bathrooms. Meanwhile, the home’s turn-of-the-century millwork, crown moldings, stained glass windows, and three "museum quality" ceiling murals are in exemplary shape.
Though the property’s $2,349,000 asking price translates to a considerable mortgage payment, a bit of relief comes in the form of $37K of annual income generated by the rental units located on the building’s fully-finished lower level. If so desired, the apartments can be combined with the upper levels to create a single family home well in excess of 7,000 square feet. The home also features an attached two-car garage and outdoor deck.
- 2106 West Cortez Street, Chicago, IL [Estately]
- Previous Ukrainian Village coverage [Curbed Chicago]