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Storefront turned single family home in Chicago’s North Center returns asking $869K

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The architecturally unique two-story North Side residence was last on the market in 2011

3100 North Leavitt Street.
Photo by VHT Studios via Estately

Located at the northwest corner of Leavitt and Barry in Chicago’s North Center/Roscoe Village neighborhood, this old commercial storefront turned quirky single family home has a lot to offer. Originally built in 1908, the structure is flooded with natural light thanks to a mosaic glass brick wall and multiple skylights.

These details—combined with a retro hanging fireplace, exposed brickwork, and overhead timber beams—provide a healthy dose of old-school coolness to the home’s large living room. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex also sports an updated kitchen, attached garage, and gallery-like barrel vaulted hallways.

The home features a private rooftop deck and is close to both Hamlin Park and the soon-to-be overhauled riverfront trails of the Lathrop Homes. The property listed for $750,000 in early 2011 before ultimately selling for $675,000 later that fall. The unusual home returned to the market today and is currently asking $869,000.