Here’s a handsome turn of the century brick two-flat that has been completely renovated to look and function like a contemporary home with all of the bells and whistles. While the interior is devoid of any original architectural features, the home can serve as a case study to prove that Chicago’s existing housing stock can often times be repurposed to suit the needs of today’s high-end buyer.
The four-bedroom, three and a half bathroom home was renovated in 2007 and features all new finishes. However, the highlight is the spacious yard. Standing on a 50’ wide double lot, the home not only has enough room for a family, but it’s also a perfect place for entertaining and backyard grilling.
It has just entered the market and can be had for $2.8 million.