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Historic Ukrainian Village home with designer interiors lists for $2.95M

The large, family-friendly home features a landscaped side yard and basement play area

Photos by VHT Studios

Situated on a generous 48-foot-wide lot on Hoyne Avenue in Chicago’s Ukrainian Village, this thoughtfully restored and sharply decorated 1875 single family home combines old-world craftsmanship and modern convenience.

A past recipient of the Chicago Landmark’s Preservation Excellence award, the masonry home at 1138 N. Hoyne features the “fine workmanship, ornate detailing, and high-quality materials” that accompanied the waves of European immigrants that settled in the area in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Spanning 5,000 square feet, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home has space enough for the whole family and includes a large side yard, an attached and heated two-car garage, and a finished, kid-friendly basement playroom.

The property wanted $2.3 million in the fall of 2014 and, according to records, secured a buyer at $2.15 million a few months later. The historic home has returned this week following a 2015 interior refresh overseen by SuzAnn Kletzien Design. Its owners are currently seeking $2.95 million.