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Warm and cozy Rogers Park two-bedroom with exposed brick wants just $190K

This quaint—and affordable—condo is located in a charming 1921 building

Photos by RE/MAX Edge via Redfin

Situated on the first level of a pre-war walkup in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood, this attractive two-bedroom home offers a lot of character at an entry level price. Featuring hardwood floors, original 1920s brickwork, and bay windows with plantation shutters, the home certainly looks cozy and inviting. Yet at 1,300 square feet, the space is also not particularly cramped.

The condo includes garage parking plus additional storage as well as access to a shared backyard patio, basement laundry facility, and communal recreation room. Though decently updated, the home’s single bathroom could prove to be a tight squeeze for growing family.

Convenient to the CTA’s Red Line, the beach, Loyola University, and downtown Evanston, this Rogers Park property is currently seeking a mere $189,900. While HOA fees will tack on an additional $300 per month, it’s likely this one will quickly find a new owner.