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Condo in a converted 109-year-old Logan Square church asks $500K

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The two-bedroom duplex features high ceilings, exposed brickwork, and arched windows

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Located in the Palmer Square area of Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood, this duplex condo in an old church building is back with a new, lower price. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is one of just ten units that comprise the ‘Sanctuary On The Square’ project that recently converted the 1908 brick structure to residential. It was previously occupied by the Greater Garfield Park Missionary Baptist Church.

In addition to great loft-like features such as high ceilings, exposed brickwork, steel beams, and arched windows, the residence also sports contemporary kitchen and bathroom fixtures. The unit includes access to a private backyard featuring a grassy lawn as well as a paved patio.

Essentially brand new, the home first listed in June for $519,900 before taking a cut to $509,900 in August and finally arriving at $499,900. While a single garage space is also included in the price, HOA dues will cost you an extra $370 per month.