It’s hard not to fall in love with this bright and sophisticated one-bedroom condo overlooking Chicago’s high-rent Magnificent Mile district.
Although constructed in 1972, the 31st-floor home feels fresh and contemporary thanks to a 2015 gut rehab totaling over $110,000. Standout features include custom hardwood floors, crown moldings, sconce lighting, and electric blind system in every room.
Connecting to a dedicated dining area off of the main living room, the unit’s updated kitchen sports stainless appliances as well as countertops and a backsplash of granite. The single bathroom features a heated floor and marble hardware throughout.
In addition to its great downtown location, the high-rise condo offers east facing views of Chicago’s lakefront, Museum of Contemporary Art, landmarked Water Tower, and the famed skyscraper formerly known as the John Hancock Center.
The roughly 1,000-square-foot property is currently listed at $434,000. HOA will run an additional $680 per month and include access to amenities such as a sundeck, outdoor pool, fitness center, 24-hour door staff, and bike room.