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Historic home with glamorous bathroom asks $2.69 million in Ukrainian Village

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The property won a preservation excellence award

Photo courtesy of VHT Studio, provided by Jeff Proctor, @properties

Built in 1875, this historic home right on the border of Ukrainian Village and Wicker Park offers luxury interiors with curb appeal that highlights its historic exterior features.

In 2009, earlier owners of 1138 N. Hoyne Avenue set to work restoring the exterior, which won an award from the Landmarks Commission for best preservation project. Then in 2015, a complete remodel of the interior was finished and a $2,150,000 sale went through in the same year after originally listing for $2,300,000.

Further renovations have happened since 2015—Morgante Wilson architects and SuzAnn Kletzien Design revamped the interior design, put in dreamy bathrooms, and incorporated new light fixtures. The new master bathroom opens with double french doors and comes with hexagon tiles, a white and gold clawfoot tub, and a window pane shower.

The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home sits on a wide lot with over 5,000 square feet of space which includes a heated, two-car garage, a rooftop deck, and a grassy side yard. The asking price is $100,000 less than a few months ago and its currently listed at $2,690,000.