This renovated Bucktown workers cottage, originally built in 1880, has major curb appeal. Just take a look a the lovely red brick, flourishing window boxes, and landscaped front yard.
The inside of 2325 W. Dickens Avenue, which the owners spent five years renovating, gets even better. It celebrates classic details like leaded windows and vaulted ceilings, but also features modern updates like walk-in closets and a blue stone outdoor patio.
The three-bedroom home has a master bedroom with a bathroom en suite, a completely renovated kitchen with fun details like a chalkboard wall, a rear patio has a river rock dog run, and a den with funky wallpaper. It also comes with a cozy sun room just off the kitchen, a skylight that brightens all levels of the home and a huge unfinished basement.
Another plus is that it’s on a quiet street in a happening neighborhood, and about $25,000 was just knocked off the asking price. The home is now listed at $699,000, just slightly below Bucktown’s median sale price of $732,000.
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