After listing last August for $1.5 million, this spacious four-bedroom home has slashed a quarter of a million dollars off its asking price. Situated in Chicago’s Wicker Park/Bucktown neighborhood, the brick-clad condo features a modern kitchen that opens into a large living and dining area with many large windows and a 10-foot coffered ceiling.
Other upgrades include wide plank flooring, built-in speakers, LED lighting, and smart thermostats. The home’s three renovated bathrooms sport upgraded fixtures, tiling, and heated floors.
The change in price has also seen a thorough re-staging of the home. Last year’s rather neutral color palette—and funky Super Mario artwork—have been ditched for new accent pops of orange. Now seeking $1,250,000, the 3,800-square-foot property features a relatively modest monthly assessment of $350 despite the structure’s 1910 build date.
- 1910 W. North Avenue Unit 200, Chicago IL [Estately]
- Handsomely rehabbed full-floor Bucktown condo seeks $1.5M [Curbed Chicago]