Behind a 6-unit condo, you’ll find the darnedest things. Like a one of a kind 19th century farmhouse that’s gives old world charm while you’re on your cellphone.
With beautiful woodwork that’s beautifully preserved and tastefully painted in muted tones, there are interesting choices made from necessity of the home’s structure. Like the bathroom mirror that’s essentially above you, mounted on the angled wall. Bet you’ve never seen yourself like that.
The asking price of the 2,867 s.f. home is at $650,000, which is about $200,500 more than the median price of a Logan Square home. But because it’s so unique, it’s probably worth it. Go see for yourself.